Korilla BBQ Bio

Edward Song, Paul Lee, and Stephan Park as seen on Food Network?s The Great Food Truck Race Season 2.

Photo by: Eric Haase ©2011, Television Food Network, G.P.

Eric Haase, 2011, Television Food Network, G.P.

Get to know this Season 2 food-truck team from New York.

New York City — Korilla BBQ, which stands for Korean + Grill, is the brainchild of Columbia University graduate Edward Song. After graduating during the country’s economic downturn, he found himself thinking outside the box — unexpectedly enrolling in cooking school and taking his passion for Korean food to the streets of New York City. His high school friends Stephan Park and Paul Lee have been with the truck since day one, and together they have made Korean food accessible to the masses in a fast and convenient way.

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