The Pub Life, Korean-Style 

Three Oakland eateries offer a spicy, funky taste of soju bang culture.

You've probably heard of the izakaya, the kind of Japanese pub that by now seems no more exotic than a tapas bar in the savvy food lover's imagination, especially here in the Bay Area. Lesser known is the izakaya's rowdy Korean cousin,…

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