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Video of the Day: Chasing the Dragon

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When LAist first got word of the Kogi BBQ Korean BBQ-styled tacos served up on their truck, mouths were watering. Not only is their fare fantastic, but they are savvy enough to use social media tools like Twitter to keep followers up to speed on where they'll be parking on any given night. To document their pursuit of the "elusive Kogi BBQ" truck, these food fans put together a video they call "Chasing the Dragon." How do you say "Bon Appetit" in Korean?

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