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Tteokguk can be made by cutting up Garae Tteok (a long strip of ricecake dough) which is used to represent a long life. You can also cut it into round coins-like shapes which represent wealth. Koreans celebrate the one-year celebration by eating rice cake soup. This symbolizes wisdom and wealth. Noodles are a main feature of Korean gastronomy. Many noodle-based dishes and recipes have been created over the years. The long noodles symbolize wealth, happiness, health and love. These noodles are loved by many people at weddings and other celebrations. They bring good luck and energy for the future.



Tteokguk can be made by cutting up Garae Tteok (a long strip of ricecake dough) which is used to represent a long life. You can also cut it into round coins-like shapes which represent wealth. Koreans celebrate the one-year celebration by eating rice cake soup. This symbolizes wisdom and wealth. Noodles are a main feature of Korean gastronomy. Many noodle-based dishes and recipes have been created over the years. The long noodles symbolize wealth, happiness, health and love. These noodles are loved by many people at weddings and other celebrations. They bring good luck and energy for the future.

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Tteokbokki means stir-frying rice cakes mixed with other ingredients. It's a Korean favorite and is always ranked among the top ten most popular foods. You can make many different variations of tteokbokki. Soondae is another Korean food. The intestines of pigs are generally filled with dangmyeon or transparent noodles, vegetables, and pig’s blood. It is similar in concept to blood sausage and sausage. It's interesting that the dipping sauce you use for soondae will vary depending on where it is eaten.

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The Korean hangover stew was something I was eager to try when I arrived here in South Korea. It was delivered in piping hot earthenware. The broth was delivered unseasoned. Enjoy a meal at the table with your friends. Korean barbecue brings the charcoal and gas grill to the table. Guests can then roast their own meats. Thinly sliced meats (e.g. bulgogi (sirloin) or galbi (“beef short-ribs”) are marinated in Korean barbecue and ready to be cooked with some banchan, side dishes, and other spices.

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The large amount of enzymes in malted barley powder from Sikhye help the digestive system work. This makes it a popular choice for feast days and holidays after eating lots of food. Samgyeopsal, another popular dish at picnics and barbecues, is also very popular. Koreans, unlike bulgogi do not season pork belly meat slices before grilling. This preserves its natural flavor. Galbi is a Korean restaurant recipe that you must try. These delicious and tempting ribs will leave you spellbound. This dish can be found in Korea with either chicken or pork ribs.

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Godeungo Jorim means mackerel cooked in spicy seasoning. Braised mackerel is delicious even for those who don’t enjoy fishy smells and tastes. The recipe is quite simple. In a saucepan, combine the radish slices with the mackerel filets. Then, pour the seasoning mixture, which includes red pepper powder, chopped green onions and minced garlic, over the top. You can then braise the fish for around 15-20 minutes.

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Naengmyeon is a popular dish in both North and South Korea. It was first brought to Seoul in 19th century. In the 1920s, a number of naengmyeon-style restaurants opened in Seoul. Mix the sauce and noodles together before you start to enjoy it. You will notice the flavors of the sauce in the noodles, as well as the seafood and meat. Jjambong is a popular Korean spicy noodle soup. This is a combination of Korean and Chinese cuisine. It originated in Chinese. This delicious soup is bursting with natural flavors. It is quite intense so be aware of this before you eat.

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