Samhap-janggwa (Three Braised Delicacies) is a Korean dish of three (3) kinds of seafoods (mussels, abalone and sea slug) braised with beef and seasonings. Nowadays, the seafood is cooked alive, but in olden days it was dried then cooked after soaking in water because the amino acid and taurine content increases during drying, and it enhances the taste

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