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Kalbi Burger will be hosting a competitive eating contest, or challenge, on July 24th, 2011. You think you got what it takes? then read on....


Is it possible to eat FOUR original Kalbi Burgers in 10 minutes? Finding the answer to that question is what the Kalbi Burger Challenge is all about.

On the afternoon of July 24th, 2011 (Sunday), the inaugural Kalbi Burger Challenge will pit Koreatown’s top eaters in a contest to see who loves the hood’s favorite burger so much that they can eat four in one go.

Specifically, the WINNER will be the competitor who is first to finish four (4) of the signature burgers OR whoever eats the most of those burgers within the contest time period of 10 minutes.

The PRIZE is not only the prestige of being forever known as the winner of the inaugural Kalbi Burger Challenge. The winner is also guaranteed a complimentary all-you-can-eat meal at the next competitive eating challenge hosted by the Visit Koreatown organization.


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