Malgogi is Jeju horsemeat. Since Goryeo times, horses have been raised in Jeju and the meat is not eaten elsewhere in Korea. It is said that Malgogi is high in protein and contains essential fatty acids and iron that are good for the skin, "male stamina" and arthritis and osteoporosis in the elderly Malgogi is declared as one of the seven (7) wonders of the jeju kitchen for 2014; one of the 7 delectable foods from Jeju after surveys were conducted with both tourists and Korean citizens. Jeju refers to Jeju Island which is the largest island in South Korea and Jeju Province is one of the nine provinces of South Korea. The province is situated on the nation's largest island of Jeju.
List of books: Malgogi