Ttuk refers to the traditional Korean cake made from rice powder. Koreans usually prepare this traditional rice cake for festive occasions, such as birthdays and weddings, as well as for ancestral memorial services. They also have it on seasonal occasions such as Lunar New Year's Day and Korean Thanksgiving Day. It is also known as Ddeok, Dteok, Duk, Tteok, Dduk

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