Guksu-Jeongol or Guksu Jeongol refers to Korea's noodle casserole. It is a noodle hot pot dish that contains meat and vegetables in rich broth. The noodles are added just before the other ingredients have finished cooking and they help thicken the soup. Moreover, it is a noodle stew which is made from noodles, meat, and vegetables boiled together at your table in a large covered metal pan.

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