Then we got Kim Jong Smokehouse, a collaboration between Han Ly Hwang of Kim Jong Grillin' and BJ Smith of Smokehouse Tavern, which took Smith's smoked meats and teamed them with Hwang's bibimbap to glorious effect. Now it's Sun Kim's FOMO Chicken, a new cart at the pod behind Crema at Southeast 28th and Ankeny.
The menu is chicken-centric. I'd advise you to get a half bird ($14, more than enough to feed two), half spicy and half sweet garlic. The pieces, which are cut smaller than an American butcher does by default, are dredged in a Korean blend of corn starch and potato starch. Both sauces are sticky and mildly sweet with a tiny prickle of heat. Both come coated in sesame seeds, adding a little nuttiness and umami to the juicy flesh and sticky sauce.