Meat Jun is a Hawaiian dish of Korean origin, consisting of thinly sliced beef dipped in egg batter and fried. A type of jeon, it is a popular dish served at Korean restaurants in Hawaii, served both as an entree and part of a mixed plate lunch. It is usually served with a soy or gochujang based dipping sauce.
Meat Jun was first introduced by a local Korean restaurant in Kaneohe, Hawaii called Kim Chee #1 Restaurant founded in 1977. There are multiple franchises on Oahu,Hawaii. Another known location is Kim Chee Restaurant #7 located in Aiea, Hawaii.
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