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Obbar Pocha's owner founded the restaurant as an homage to his brother's street food stand in Korea, but in the trip to Seattle many of the dishes couldn't resist adopting a few American elements. For example, the Seattle Times raved about the bulgogi burger, which features Korean beef, rice noodles, and fixings on a sweet rice bun that "works on every level." Other items include a form of Korean tacos— tuna and kimchi in Mandoo wraps—and Korean-style garlic fried chicken served spicy and flanked by french fries and corn cheese. As for the space itself, the brightly lit room fuses Korean and American elements, too, as seen in the artwork's contrast between nature landscapes and pop art of Marilyn Monroe, who was famous for her rendition of "Happy Birthday" to President Park Chung-hee. All the while, guests can relax with uptempo music and strong soju cocktails.