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Mandu What is it? Steamed or fried dumplings. If you’ve ever tried potstickers, Korean mandu are basically the same thing, but with thinner skin. They’re filled with everything from pork to cabbage and carrots.

Mandu What is it? Steamed or fried dumplings. If you’ve ever tried potstickers, Korean mandu are basically the same thing, but with thinner skin. They’re filled with everything from pork to cabbage and carrots.

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Budae jjigae What is it? A stew made with kimchi, ramen, slices sausages, spam, tofu, and rice cake. Created after the Korean war to make economic use of American ingredients, this stew has EVERYTHING, including spam (which seems to find its way into a lot of Korean dishes.)

Budae jjigae What is it? A stew made with kimchi, ramen, slices sausages, spam, tofu, and rice cake. Created after the Korean war to make economic use of American ingredients, this stew has EVERYTHING, including spam (which seems to find its way into a lot of Korean dishes.)

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Tteokguk What is it? Rice cake soup. It’s traditionally served on Korean New Year, but also enjoyed throughout the year.

Tteokguk What is it? Rice cake soup. It’s traditionally served on Korean New Year, but also enjoyed throughout the year.

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Hotteok What is it? Sweet, brown sugar-filled pancakes. This treat is best hot off the griddle, when every bite promises a sticky mess and a burnt tongue. It’s especially delicious with cinnamon and chopped nuts in the filling.

Hotteok What is it? Sweet, brown sugar-filled pancakes. This treat is best hot off the griddle, when every bite promises a sticky mess and a burnt tongue. It’s especially delicious with cinnamon and chopped nuts in the filling.

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Kongguksu What is it? Cold soy milk noodle soup. Not all comfort foods are hot. This vegetarian-friendly, nutty soup is best served with ice cubes and a few slivers of cucumber.

Kongguksu What is it? Cold soy milk noodle soup. Not all comfort foods are hot. This vegetarian-friendly, nutty soup is best served with ice cubes and a few slivers of cucumber.

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Bibimbab What is it? Rice with beef, vegetables, and red chili paste. Literally translating to “mixed rice,” this simple dish will make you want to devour all of your vegetables. It’s served with a dollop of chili paste you mix into the dish before eating, and almost always with a sunny-side up egg.

Bibimbab What is it? Rice with beef, vegetables, and red chili paste. Literally translating to “mixed rice,” this simple dish will make you want to devour all of your vegetables. It’s served with a dollop of chili paste you mix into the dish before eating, and almost always with a sunny-side up egg.

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Makkoli What is it? Sweet rice wine. Milky and sweet, this wine drink tastes pretty similar to Yakult. Though you can hardly taste the alcohol in it, it’s more potent than beer, so indulge with caution.

Makkoli What is it? Sweet rice wine. Milky and sweet, this wine drink tastes pretty similar to Yakult. Though you can hardly taste the alcohol in it, it’s more potent than beer, so indulge with caution.

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Jangjorim What is it? Soy-drenched beef strips. This is always the first banchan (side dish) to disappear. It’s made by boiling beef in a seasoning of sugar, soy sauce, chili peppers, and vegetables until tender, and usually served with hardboiled eggs braised in soy sauce.

Jangjorim What is it? Soy-drenched beef strips. This is always the first banchan (side dish) to disappear. It’s made by boiling beef in a seasoning of sugar, soy sauce, chili peppers, and vegetables until tender, and usually served with hardboiled eggs braised in soy sauce.

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