In Korea, most grilled dishes can be identifed by the suffix "gui"at the end of the food name. When you see the a food name on the menu or a recipe with a suffix "gui" it means that the food is grilled or roasted, as in Kalbi-Gui or Dak-Gui which means Grilled beef and Grilled Chicken,respectively. These days, however, most Korean resturants omit the suffix, as in Kalbi instead of Kalbi-Gui. Just note, however, that when the name of the dish has a suffix "gui" it means that the dish is roasted or grilled

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