[Photograph: Robyn Lee]

It takes a lot for a printed food guide book to feel worth it these days,* but the Korean Food Foundation's Korean Restaurant Guide: New York may be one of them. It's a slim 200 page handbook covering 40 Korean restaurants in Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, with full color photos and handy notes on prices, restaurant specialties, and number of seats. There's also a glossary of popular Korean dishes with Korean translations so you can order your favorite dishes by sight.

* See here.

The guide is available as an app on iPhone and Android as well as a PDF, all for free; you can also pick up a free copy at the Korean embassy.

But if you want a copy delivered right to your door, we're giving two away. To enter, tell us about your favorite Korean restaurant in New York. We'll select a winner at random on Thursday, March 21st at noon. The standard Serious Eats contest rules apply.


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