Episode: Parts Now Known - Koreatown

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Parts Now Known - Koreatown

On the second episode of the Parts Now Known series, Ben and Ray discuss Bourdain's hour long hang in the small Los Angeles neighborhood with his two friends, Roy Choi and David Cohoe. They talk about how the episode is definitely a one for him in favor of Bourdain versus a corporate idea, the part that gets left out pertaining to the 1992 L.A. Riots, Jon Favreau, Food Trucks, the enigma that is David Choe, Sizzler, Ray following up on the Dalai Lama, and Ben cites a University of Michigan study.

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