Cooking for other people on a tiny two-burner stove can be tricky. There's definitely an art to getting the timing right. Also, both my frying pans don't really fit when put next to each other. But things run a lot more smoothly if you have friends willing to help assemble things while sitting on the floor:
Here Tomomi is rolling the "Vietnamese" rice rolls. Fresh mint was nowhere to be found however, so this is a korean 갈비 version with homemade 쌈장 as the dipping sauce.
Here Lydia is rolling the spam 김밥. I wanted to make musubi but didn't have the proper molds.
두부 김치 rounded out the meal. I fried the 삼겹살 ahead of time to save pan space. Big mistake. It just gets dried out when you reheat it with the kimchi.
That weekend is a little fuzzy, because even though this dinner was on a Friday night, I don't think the festivities ended until 5 am Sunday morning? ㅋㅋㅋ