Oiji-muchim is seasoned salted cucumber. It refers to Korean food made of sliced Oiji seasoned with chili powder, minced scallion, crushed garlic and sesame oil will give you Oiji-muchim has a soft and crunchy texture. It goes especially well with a bowl of steamed rice mixed in cold water. Oiji is salted cucumber.

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