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Dwaeji-gukbap (돼지국밥)

A Busan specialty dish, Dwaeji Gukbap is a pork-based soup and rice dish which is perfect for cold or rainy days. It is relatively unknown and rare in Seoul but many harbor hope ... Read more
Rating: 4.00 / 5
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Bosintang (보신탕)

Bosintang is a dish made of dog meat. While the notion of eating dogs is repulsive to many, the dish is quite popular in Korea. Believed to increased virility, bosintang (also k ... Read more
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Garlic Soy Chicken

Korean Fried Chicken (후라이드 치킨)

Fried chicken is very popular in Korea and is a popular accompaniment for alcohol. Korean chicken are usually fried twice and this makes the chicken crunchier and less greasy. T ... Read more
Rating: 4.00 / 5
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Mandu

Mandu (만두)

Mandu is the Korean version of dumplings. Mandu is a mixture of meat and vegetables stuffed in thin dough wrap. It can be steamed (jjinmandu), fried (gunmandu) or boiled (mulman ... Read more
Rating: 4.50 / 5
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Chicken Feet Dakbal

Dakbal (닭발)

Dakbal is usually found on most lists of bizarre or unusual Korean foods as chicken feet are not usually consumed. However, in Korea and other Asian countries, it is considered ... Read more
Rating: 3.50 / 5
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Jangeo-gui

Jangeo-gui (장어구이)

Jangeo-gui is a Korean food made from fresh water eels. Jangeo-gui literally translates to ‘grilled eel’. The eel can either be broiled or grilled and people mostly eat it in su ... Read more
Rating: 3.76 / 5
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We will help you discover new dishes and help you in your culinary journey through Korean Cuisine. Keep track of the dishes you've tried and share your opinion about Korean food.