At the New York flagship of a venerable Korean chain, in-house orders of tasty, well-seasoned wings and legs are served in skillets on slatted-wood trivets. The soy sauce is salty-sweet, the hot sauce is blazing, and takeout comes in a nifty flat box with a built-in compartment for the free soda.
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