Jogiyangnyeom-gui (Seasoned and Broiled Yellow Corvina) Jogiyangnyeom-gui is a Korean food of broiled Jogi (yellow corvina fish) coated with red pepper paste seasoning. Gulbi taste so good that there is an old tale in Korea where a miser named Jaringobi, hung one Jogi on the ceiling and enjoyed the taste only by glancing at it after every spoon of steamed rice. Gulbi is Korean for "dried Jogi".

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