Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip
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Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Tricked-out Korean barbecue is the idea at Hanjip in Culver City. Order dishes you don’t see at other joints.

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Chef Chris Oh holds beer and a 48-ounce tomahawk steak at Hanjip, a Korean barbecue restaurant.
Chef Chris Oh holds beer and a 48-ounce tomahawk steak at Hanjip, a Korean barbecue restaurant.  (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times )
Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

A dish of beef combo and table setting with banchan (side dishes) at Hanjip.

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Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Plain pork belly and table setting with banchan (side dishes) at Hanjip.

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Chef Chris Oh, center right, talks to Michael Clarke and Jennifer Hwang, center left, both of Playa del Rey, while they eat at Hanjip.

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Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Kimchi fried rice at Hanjip.

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A dish of bone marrow corn cheese at Hanjip.
A dish of bone marrow corn cheese at Hanjip.  (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times )
Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Uni steamed egg at Hanjip.

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Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Michael Clarke and Jennifer Hwang, both of Playa del Rey, cook brisket at a table at Hanjip.

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Jennifer Hwang, of Playa del Rey, cooks brisket at her table at Hanjip.

 (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Jonathan Gold reviews Hanjip

Hanjip is an interesting addition to the tavern-heavy Culver City.

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