- Dec 09, 2014
Chicago food blogger Joyce of Chicago Agashi interviewed Gogi owner Pete Cho for an experimental cross-city collaboration.
Below is a peak of the interview,
Pete didn’t know what to expect when he opened gogi. He certainly did not expect the degree of success and recognition that it has received in its mere fourteen months of operation. He has been approached by various people wanting him to open a location in their neighborhood, and even in different cities…
You can read the in depth interview at her blog here.
- Oct 16, 2014
We are honored to be listed in Chicagoist’s latest best of article, “The 12 Best Korean Restaurants In Chicago”!
This West Rogers Park restaurant is one of my favorite Korean restaurants in the city. Do you have a taste of pork shoulder or brisket? Gogi offers it. Intestines or pork neck? They can accommodate. Spicy chicken or pork? Again, yes. With the chill in the air signaling colder climes ahead, you should also feast on some of Gogi’s soups, like the kimchi jjigae (fermented cabbage with pork and tofu), gamjatang (pork spine and ribs with potatoes), or sundubu jjigae (tofu and seafood). The dishes here are large enough for sharing, and share you must with the bounty of flavors emanating from them.
You can read the rest of the list at Chicagoist.com
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12:00PM - 10:00PM
MONDAY - FRIDAY
4:30PM - 12:30AM
Located in the West Rogers Park neighborhood, in between Peterson and Devon.