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brentoshi | Nov 8, 201509:40 AM     1

Seriously, where in the Bay Area can you find the square noodle wrappers to make Dduk bo sahm? Is it Vietnamese, or Korean?

Ranch 99, no. Koreana Plaza in Oakland, they don't have any idea what I am talking about. (Not surprising because it's an LA thing) I even asked the owner of our favorite Vietnamese place, and he didn't know what I was talking about.

There are some ok places to eat it. Ohgane is so-so (but often times don't have the wrappers), ToBang in Santa Clara good, there's a place on Telegraph that is our "go-to" that takes care of the fix, when needed. But ultimately, I really want to have a party at home and make for a group.

Help thanks!

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