Basic Korean Food Dictionary Sikdang - Restaurant Myeon/Guksu - Noodles Bap - Rice (cooked) SEAFOODS Daehap - Clam Ge - Crab Ojingeo - Cuttlefish Saengsoen - Fish Gul - Oyster Saeu - Shrimp MEATS Sogogi - Beef Dakgogi - Chicken Yanggogi - Mutton Dwaejigogi - Pork VEGETABLES Kong - Bean Oi - Cucumber Gim - Dried seaweed Maneul - Garlic Gochu - Red pepper Yeongeun - Lotus root Beoseot - Mushroom Yangpa - Onion Gamja - Potato Mu - Radish Kongnamul - Soybean sprouts Sigeumchi - Spinach CONDIMENTS Huchu - Black pepper Butter - Butter Gochugaru - Powdered red pepper Gochujang - Red pepper paste Gyeoja - Mustard Sogeum - Salt Ganjang - Soy sauce Doenjang - Soybean paste Seoltang - Sugar Sikcho - Vinegar Jam - Jam Ketchup - Ketchup Mayonnaise - Mayonnaise BEVERAGES/DRINKS Deounmul - Hot water Chanmul - Cold water Saengsu/Gwangcheonsu - Mineral water Cha - Tea Chikcha - Arrowroot tea Boricha - Barley tea Hongcha - Red tea Gugijacha - Tea made by the dried fruit of the Chinese matrimony vine Yujacha - Citron tea Omijacha - Five flavors tea Sanggangcha - Ginger tea Insamcha - Ginseng tea Nokcha - Green tea Ssanghwacha - Herb tonic tea Kkulcha - Honey tea Kkulsamcha - Honey-ginseng tea Daechucha - Jujube tea Lemoncha - Lemon tea Ssukcha - Mugwort tea Yulmucha - Pine nuts, walnuts and Adlay tea Uyu - Milk Maekju - Beer Podoju - Wine Makgeolli - Raw rice wine Soju Yam - tapioca vodka Insamju - Ginseng wine Coffee - Coffee Cocoa - Cocoa Juice - Juice Orange juice - Orange juice POPULAR KOREAN DISHES Bulgogi - Grilled beef Bulgalbi - Ribs grill Galbigui - Roasted beef ribs Dwaejigalbi - Roasted pork ribs Galbitang - Beef rib soup Sogeumgui - Grilled meat with salt Jjigae - Stew Galbijjim - Beef rib stew Dubujjigae - Tofu stew Sundubujjigae - Soft bean curd stew Dakjjim - chicken stew Kimchijjigae - Kimchi stew Doenjangjjigae - Soybean paste stew Dakgalbi - Chicken ribs Kimchibokeumbap - Kimchi fried rice Gonggibap - Boiled rice Bibimbap - Rice mixed with assorted vegetables and meat Dolsotbibimbap - Rice mixed with meat and assorted vegetables in a hot stone dish Mulnaengmyeon - Noodles in chilled broth Yeolmunaengmyeon - Noodles with radish leaves Bibimnaengmyoen - Noodles with hot sauce Kongguksu - Noodles in ground soybean soup Kalguksu - Hand-made noodles Ramyeon - Instant noodles Japchae - Mixed vegetable and meat with Chinese noodles. Nakjijeongol - Octopus stew Guk/Tang - Soup Samgyetang - Ginseng chicken soup Dakbaeksuk - Chicken boiled in water Seolleongtang - Beef stock soup Gomtang - Boiled beef soup Doganitang - Ox-knee bone soup Yukgaejang - Spicy beef soup Maeuntang - Spicy fish soup Haemultang - Spicy assorted seafood soup Miyeokguk - Seaweed soup Bugeoguk - Pollack soup Mandu - Dumpling Manduguk - Dumpling soup Twigim - Fried food Kongnamulgukbap - Boiled rice and bean sprouts served in soup Jeonbokjuk - Abalone porridge Kimchi - Pickled vegetables Pajeon - Green onion pancake Bindaetteok - Mung bean pancake Ttokbokki - Sliced rice cake in hot sauce Yukhoe - Minced raw beef Jokbal - Steamed pork hocks Bossam - Steamed pork & cabbage Agujjim - Spicy steamed angler fish Hanjeongsik - Korean set meal Gimbap - Rice, vegetable and meat rolled in dried laver

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