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B_Bop_Fusion.JPGHugo Kugiya explores "Koreatown North" and comes away betting that bibimbap will be the breakout dish that brings Korean food into the US mainstream. It's "different but intimidating," and attains a perfect balance of starch, protein and vegetable, like a cheeseburger...but way healthier. The owners of B Bop Fusion Rice Bar on the "kimchi corridor" in Lynnwood hail from the Korean city of Jeonju, the "spiritual home" of the dish. The menu is small and focused, but offers three types of bibimbap. [Crosscut]

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