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Chef Kimchi’s “attempt” at Bonchon Chicken with the help of the NYTimes, Bobby Flay buffalo wings Throwdown, and a countless number of times eating at Bonchon in NYC and Seoul. The real bonchon recipe remains a secret. Tip: Use only a drop of vinegar and be stingy w/ the sauce at the end to keep the chicken crispy.

I am 1000 miles from the nearest bonchon. If you are lucky enough to live in NJ or Seoul, please eat some for me. Or try to get the recipe!

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25 Responses so far to "Bonchon Chicken Recipe – 본촌치킨"

  1. 1 Justin9155
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    there’s a chon chon …
    there’s a chon chon chicken in alexandria VA right off 95, 40 mins to make BUT IT IS THE BEST CHICKEN ON EARTH!!!!

  2. 2 solozaur
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    They sure look …
    They sure look tasty but that looks like a lot of wasted oil!

  3. 3 QUEERsten
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Korean fried …
    Korean fried chicken is the most delicious fried chicken awesomeness in the whole world!!! The closest thing to Bonchon here in Texas is Red Cap chicken in Austin and it’s nowhere near as good. I don’t even think they are still open.

  4. 4 swtwatermelon
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    My mom would yell …
    My mom would yell at me if I eat with my mouth open or make noises. She’ll be like jjop jjop dae ji mah!! Thanks for the recipe.

  5. 5 azngirI88
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    I’m Chinese and I …
    I’m Chinese and I have to agree with them. We don’t have the best table manners. My Korean friends seem to have pretty good table manners and they have lots of cultural standards that they explain to me when I go to eat Korean food with them. When I go to Chinese restaurants and even when I go to China, I notice that our table manners are pretty bad. It’s definitely true that we don’t have cultural standards when it comes to table manners. A lot of Chinese people are inconsiderate when they eat.

  6. 6 lovelyjennx
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    So, I said in …
    So, I said in general Chinese people have poor table manners. I do see that Koreans have better table manners. You didn’t even understand what he was saying and you started being defensive like a little child. Yes, I have been to China and most of them have poor table manners. I’m not Korean, I’m actually white. Just because I have 1 video favorited that has anything to do with Korea does not mean I am Korean, I just like the video. You’re such a crybaby. Go whine more, it won’t change the facts

  7. 7 asrc123
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    bon chon and …
    bon chon and everything… its korean :)

  8. 8 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Oh, and you’re …
    Oh, and you’re Korean aren’t you? Guessing from you’re favorites. I bet you also think you’re race has better manners then others. Ignorant prick.

  9. 9 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    It was a fact-based …
    It was a fact-based statement that they do not have cultural standards for table manners and the other parts were personal observation. Why are you even arguing with me about this? Bon chon chicken is delicious and that is all. End of conversation. It’s youtube, no hard feelings. Take care.

  10. 10 goonbots
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Nope jersey city …
    Nope jersey city but i fn love ther chicken its worth the 30 min wait for 10 pices

  11. 11 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Wow, he said that …
    Wow, he said that Korean people usually have better table manners then Japanese or Chinese people he didn’t say just Chinese people. Why do you think that? Have you went to China and seen them eat or something?

  12. 12 lovelyjennx
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Actually, in …
    Actually, in general Chinese people have really poor table manners. Of course it depends upon upbringing but I have yet to see such a lack of table manners in Koreans or Japanese. I think you need to read comments more carefully before responding. You’re trying to argue with itwillbealright on an impertinent issue.

  13. 13 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Wait, do you …
    Wait, do you understand english? I said they have no cultural standards when it comes to table manners. You’re either very slow or you’re just so riled up about the entire issue that you can’t seem to comprehend the main point. Read it again, and stop responding, you’re embarrassing yourself.

  14. 14 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    I don’t understand, …
    I don’t understand, you can’t judge someones manners by where they’re from you idiot. You know that was racist, and if all of you’re friends have good manners then why do you still think Chinese people have bad table manners? What Chinese people have you seen with bad manners? What does the country’s land mass have to do with it? You’re basically saying that Russians have horrible table manners.

  15. 15 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Again, this is in …
    Again, this is in no way a judgment of the character or persona of Chinese people. I have many Chinese friends and I respect them but this is only a question of cultural standards. China’s land mass was far too large for them to implement these cultural standards. Also, I never said that all of them lack manners. My Chinese friends all have great table manners but it was because of family upbringing and assimilating into modern culture (although less relevant; in the US). I hope you understand.

  16. 16 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    I never said you …
    I never said you can JUDGE the way people eat based upon race. I said that the Chinese have no cultural standards for table manners mainly because it was based upon a feudal system and up until recently there has been no burgeoning bourgeois class. Therefore peasants were never really concerned with table manners. Korea and Japan maintained and enforced cultural standards because they wanted it and because they could maintain it. Even during the Korean empire they were able to enforce it.

  17. 17 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Do you work or own …
    Do you work or own the one in Fort Lee or something? You keep saying that in all the vids lol.

  18. 18 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    You still can’t …
    You still can’t judge the way people eat from their race… Why are Chinese peoples manners bad then?

  19. 19 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    I clearly said ” …
    I clearly said “usually.” Even Chinese people admit to this simply because they lack the cultural standards present in Korea and even Japan. For example, Japanese people slurp noodles to indicate that they find it to be delicious. It’s not considered to be a good practice in many other countries but that’s their standard. I never said all Chinese or Japanese have no table manners. Read comments thoroughly and properly before you respond. Also, relax and try to form a more cogent response.

  20. 20 l3rockLee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Wow, that is really …
    Wow, that is really racist. Different people eat differently. Their race doesn’t determine their manners you prick.

  21. 21 goonbots
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Fort lee has a gr8 …
    Fort lee has a gr8 bon chon chicken.

  22. 22 NemusAurelius
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    hey chefkimchi, do …
    hey chefkimchi, do work or ever work at bonchon?¿?

  23. 23 classicxstyle
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Mad for chicken = …
    Mad for chicken = bon chon.
    the one in manhattan (k-town) was called Bon chon (up until last year) but now is called Mad for Chicken. the food, place, & atmosphere is the same. so there’s no way Mad for Chicken is better if it’s Bon Chon!

  24. 24 itwillbealright
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    Usually Korean …
    Usually Korean people have really good manners especially compared to Japanese and Chinese people. That’s disgusting and completely off-putting if someone eats like that. I’m surprised food doesn’t come flying or dripping out.

  25. 25 krnboyee
    November 16th, 2009 at 8:44 pm  

    no i think thats …
    no i think thats how he eats. i have a friend that eats just like that lol

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