Chefs to Watch 2017: Junghyun ‘JP’ Park, Atoboy, New York City

Amy Cavanaugh

The rush of banchan dishes hitting the table signals the start of a Korean meal as they offer a flurry of flavors and textures—there’s usually a funky kimchi or two, maybe a creamy potato salad, and if you’re lucky, crunchy fried anchovies. These little plates are traditionally designed to complement and enhance the rest of the meal, a concept that Junghyun “JP” Park...