What to do when you're opening a Korean barbecue restaurant in a space with a wood-burning pizza oven left behind by the previous tenant? If you're Bill Kim and that restaurant is Belly Q, you use it to bake addictive Korean pancakes topped with smoky bacon and kimchee.
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