Do you like Korean barbecue? If you do, go to Madangsui or Don's Bogam.
I don't know about korean BBQ. I would assume that on strong psychedelics the combination of raw meat and fire may not be the best "vibe".
The food at Madangsui is better, but considering your chemically altered state I'd go with Kum Gang San for Korean instead. The former is a bit sedate... while the latter has a piano on top of a waterfall. Just sayin'.Wherever charliepizza goes, we just hope he stays hydrated -- very, very hydrated.
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