Tarak Juk is the Korean term for "Milk porridge". Tarak Juk is a health aid food used in the royal court, the time when milk was very rare in those days, so only people in a royal court can have it. The king had this porridge when he was sick or feeling weak. In modern days, people make this as a baby’s or patients’ food.

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