Interesting post on this good little blog on Korea, "Send Me To Korea"
He says he found this latest twist on samgyeopsal in a place called 벌집 삼겹살 ("beehive samgyeopsal") which seems to be named such because the samgyeopsal is cut thick, then carved on one side with a honeycomb pattern.
I'm going to forgive this blogger for suggesting that samgyeopsal is perhaps not a Korean dish "because it's basically just sliced meat that is grilled or roasted on a pan," (!) because this sounds like a really interesting twist on one of my fave dishes.
Here's the restaurant's website:
(franchise opportunities availaible :))