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  • DEOPBAP
  • NAENG MYEON

  • Gimbap is a Korean dish made from steamed white rice and various other ingredients, rolled in Gim (sheets of dried laver seaweed) and served in bite-size slices. Gimbap is often eaten during picnics or outdoor events, or as a light lunch.
  • Tteok-Bokki is a popular Korean food made from soft rice cake, fish cake and sweet red chili sauce; gochujang. It is commonly purchased from street vendors. Originally it was a savory braised dish of sliced rice cake, meat, eggs, and seasoning.
  • Deopbap is Korean dish consisting of steamed rice mixed with meat or seafood, various vegetables such as lettuce, cucumber and sesame leaves, sesame oil, and sauce.
  • Naengmyeon is a Korean noodle dish of long and thin handmade noodles made from the flour and starch of various ingredients.

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Gimbap

Gimbop is considered one of the most popular and nutritious Korean meal.
It consists of rice and strips of vegetables, egg, and meat, rolled in laver (dried seaweed) and then sliced. This is a popular snack or lunch that can be made with infinite variety of ingredients using different kinds of meat and/or vegetables. Popular ones include bulgogi, spinach, pickled radish, and eggs. Gim refers to the sheets of dried seaweed, and bop is the Korean word for cooked rice. Gimbop often resembles a Japanese maki or a sushi roll. But Gimbop do not contain any raw fish. Lastly, Japanese sushi is often dipped in wasabi while gimbop usually has sesame oil.

Tteokbokki

Tteokbokki is one of Korea's popular snacks that are loved by teenagers as well as adults. It is made from garaetteok, a chewy long cylindrical rice pasta (or "rice cake") that is cut into many pieces and cooked with various ingredients. It is a stir-fry dish which is cooked with gochujang (red chili pepper paste) along with garaetteok, seasoned beef, fish cakes and assorted vegetables such as green onions, carrots and onions. In Korea, this snack is commonly purchased from street vendors much like hotdog vendors in New York City. However, it can be found in Korean fast food venues as well as some restaurants outside of Korea.
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