For those of you not familiar with bulgogi, it's very thinly sliced beef that is marinated in garlic, onion, scallions, sesame oil, and sesame seeds. To find it in H-Mart, head to the left once you enter the store (towards the freezer section), and you'll see a refrigerated wall case with a 'Korean BBQ' sign hanging from the ceiling. There are lots of plastic containers with all sorts of prepared foods. I found the bulgogi in an open freezer case across the aisle from the wall case. It was labelled 'Marinated Thin Slices of Beef Rib Eye' and was selling for $3.99/lb, which is pretty damn cheap considering that Woomi Garden charges over $20 for it.
I also picked up a few sides from the refrigerated case to have with it - stir fried black beans and seaweed.
When I got home, I started a pot of rice and chopped up some onion and a beautiful bell pepper that I got at H-Mart to saute with the meat (not necessary for bulgogi, but I wanted some veggies). I added some sesame oil to a skillet, turned the burner up to high, then threw in the meat and veggies. I sauteed them until the liquid evaporated and things started to brown.
Once the food in the skillet was done, I served it up with some rice and the sides I picked up (which I just served cold from the containers). After about 15 minutes worth of work, I had an awesome dinner and enough leftovers for two lunches at work this week (my coworkers will be so jealous!).