Moose's Close-Enough Bulgogi
A Bartlett pear can be substituted for the Asian pear if desired.
The use of light and dark soy sauces is important to this recipe. They are readily available at any Chinese grocer, and can easily be ordered online. If you wish to use mass-market or Japanese style soy, use a low-sodium variety, or cut back to 1/4 cup total.
Shaoxing wine is readily available at Chinese grocers, as well. Look for a bottle that says Shaoxing or Shao Xing somewhere on it, not necessarily in the name. It has a malty flavor, so grape-based wines will not work. The closest Western equivalent would be sweet vermouth, but it's worth getting the Shaoxing.
For the meat, a carne asada cut works well, as does round or pork loin cut to 1/4 inch. You can use thinner slices of meat, but they won't hold up on the grill, so you'll have to pan-fry. For thicker slices, add 1½ tablespoon white vinegar, and marinate overnight.