The dukbokki was different than what I've eaten before, such as what I've experienced at Rice'NBread. It was chewy on the inside as this type of rice cakes normally are, but the outside was slightly crispy, as if they were fried or seared. It was a nice variation. Since the dukbokki was topped with meat, we probably didn't need the separate order of bulgogi.
Many people compare dak with Crisp, located in Lakeview East. The sauce is different and the non-chicken menu options vary between the two.