Gap-hwe refers to a variety of Yuk-hwe made from thinly julienned beef mixed with other parts of cow such as kidney, liver and Cheonyeop (omasum) and using the same seasoning used for making Yuk-hwe. It is one of the popular foods from Korea.

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