You Can Buy Your Own Korean Portable Grill

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For us Filipinos, we typically experience Korean grill at samgyupsal restaurants. However, in Korea, households typically have their own portable grill! You might have seen it in action in a K-drama or two, families busting out their grills on their backyards, balconies, roof decks, or parks. You can have that, too.

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In fact, we highly recommend you brining one to your next beach outing! Bring your meat in a cooler or ice box and you've got the makings of an unforgettable barbecue by the beach. Need more tips on which meats to buy? Check out our guide below.

Get a non-stick, smokeless Korean grill pan for only P399.

If you have a portable butane stove, choose this portable grill pan. It's a 12-inch iron, non-stick pan plate. You can even use your gas stove for this. If you can move your gas stove outside, you can also use that. If you have good exhaust fan, you can use it indoors for you electric, gas, or propane stoves. This pan also will help minimize smoke just like your typical grill at the restaurant.

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You can get a butane stove + grill option for P2,265

If you don't have a portable stove, maybe it's a good time to invest in one. If you're exclusively using an electric stove, this might also be a life saver. This butane stove is actually just a freebie to a much more important purchase: the Korean grill stove top pan! 

We can't wait for you to have an authentic Korean grilling experience. To maximize your night, here's a guide to all the Korean spices you'll want to use. 

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