Not quite a Korean taco but getting through a spicy Korean burrito could earn you a free lunch. Photo: Aesus on Flickr
Even free lunches sometimes come with a price.
Our friends at SFoodie report the restaurant is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a dare: eat an "atomic" burrito in the restaurant and don't pay for it.
Owner John Park says he is cramming a blend of Korean, Chinese and Mexican peppers into his house burrito that already comes with kimchi fried rice, kimchi, marinated meats, salsa, cheese, and cilantro.
The rules for John’s Suicide Kimchi Burrito Challenge are simple. Anyone who can get get through the whole thing in one sitting not only eats for free but they also get their picture posted at the restaurant.
And to make things easier, Park is allowing participants to sip, or gulp, their favorite drink to help calm their nerves.