Under the umbrellas ellas ellas.
I didn't have the balls to take a photo of the adjumma sitting on a platform, sleeping with her head on a stool, proped over bowls of hairless chopped up dogs she had for sale. I was getting some stink-eye from the neighbouring vendors for showing a bit too much interest in her stall. Next time I'll be more stealth in my secret undercover picture taking!
I came back to my apartment and hacked the chicken up into pieces, mixed up a big batch of marinade and dumped all the meat into various big zip-lock bags and containers.
Later, I got to vegetable chopping to prepare this "Oriental Coleslaw" recipe that I'd found online.
It turned out pretty well and there was loads of it, (another giant container as well as this big-ass bowl) so my friends ended up serving it as panchan to their customers the following day.
The staff arranged a variety of other panchan and sauces to accompany the mesquite-meat-feast.
See the ddoek? (Logs of rice cake.) That stuff is so yummy on a grill!
And so we got to BBQing!
My friends really enjoyed the smokey flavours and it was a different take from the regular sweet-bulgogi or spicy yangyam style flavours. Yummy!