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Bulgogi translates to "Fire Meat" and is a Korean-style grilled dish made from thin, marinated slices of beef and vegetables.
Bulgogi is believed to have originated during the Goguryeo era, but did not gain popularity until Joseon Dynasty, when it was traditionally prepared for the wealthy and nobility. Bulgogi was originally prepared using skewers. The widespread availability of stoves in the 1900s eliminated the need for skewers and Bulgogi took on its modern form of thinly sliced beef.