Soemeori-Pyeonyuk (Pressed Ox Head) is a Korean food - a sticky, gelatinous terrine of beef head. Soemeori-Pyeonyuk is made from ox head that has been boiled, then all the meat attached to the bone are taken off and pressed to remove excess liquid. Soemeori-Pyeonyuk is served in slices like an ordinary terrine dishes.

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