Uploaded by Linda Parris on December 6, 2019 at 1:37 pm
In this latest installment of K-Town, host Matthew Kang visits Gaja, a dark, punk rock cocktail bar in East Atlanta Village. Founded by three siblings who grew up ...
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In this latest installment of K-Town, host Matthew Kang visits Gaja, a dark, punk rock cocktail bar in East Atlanta Village. Founded by three siblings who grew up …
Thanks for watching everyone! My favorite part of this episode is at the end when I come to the realization that if I were to ever open a restaurant, it would basically be Gaja. Great vibe, great people, super good (and fun) food. I like when people try their best to make delicious Korean food, but also not take it too seriously. This concludes our season in Atlanta! Stay tuned for the next season…not gonna spill the beans yet but I think you will like where I end up 🙂
All white joint… blessed be the rich
Thank you Matt for introducing Korean food series and I'm learning more about our food! 👍🇰🇷😋👌
Whenever I tell my dad these things, like korean fusions or american foods with korean influences, he seems disillusioned a bit
this place is bumpin'.
this isnt korean food.
I’ll be stopping by for the hush puppies and cocktails in the next 30 days!!
Fried kimbap? it's sound like weird.
I watched a text from this video ' avoid from communist' In korean
Haha don't worry I picked out the radish from kimbap too
Beautiful Korean food ! always
is it me or does he seem like a punk rock david chang
korean post malone
3:48 bro moment lol
Why do I sit here hungry watching Eater episodes, my stomach growling louder and louder?
Danny was so cool.
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