kimchi

kimchi

/ˈkɪmtʃi/
noun
a hot Korean dish made with pickled cabbage, peppers, etc.

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bibimbap

bibimbap

/bɪbɪmbæp/
noun
*** a Korean rice dish

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tteokbokki

tteokbokki

/tokbɑːki/
noun
*** simmered rice cake, a popular Korean food

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bulgogi

bulgogi

/bʌlɡoʊɡi/
noun
*** a gui made of thin, marinated slices of meat, most commonly beef, grilled on a barbecue or on a stove-top griddle

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jjigae

jjigae

/dʒeɪdʒɪɡiː/
noun
*** a Korean stew made with meat, seafood or vegetables in a broth seasoned with gochujang, doenjang, ganjang or saeujeot

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jajangmyeon

jajangmyeon

/dʒædʒɐŋmjoʊn/
noun
*** a Korean noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of chunjang, diced pork, and vegetables

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samgyeopsal

samgyeopsal

/sæmdʒjoʊpsəl/
noun
*** grilled pork belly is a type of gui in Korean cuisine

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banchan

banchan

/bæntʃən/
noun
*** small side dishes served along with cooked rice in Korean cuisine

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kimbap

kimbap

/kɪmbæp/
noun
*** Korean sushi, consisting of seaweed, seasoned rice, and other, optional ingredients

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jeon

jeon

/dʒɪɑːn/
noun
*** Korean pancake served as appetizers, side dishes, or consumed as snacks

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galbi

galbi

/ɡælb/
noun
*** grilled ribs, a type of gui in Korean cuisine

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dak galbi

dak galbi

/dæk ɡælbɪ/
noun
*** stir-fry marinated diced chicken in a gochujang-based sauce, and sliced cabbage, sweet potato, scallions, onions and tteok

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japchae

japchae

/dʒæpkiː/
noun
*** a savory and slightly sweet dish of stir-fried glass noodles and vegetables that is popular in Korean cuisine

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gui

gui

/ɡˈuːi/
noun
*** a grilled dish In Korean cuisine, most commonly has meat or fish as the primary ingredient, but may in some cases also have grilled vegetables or other vegetarian ingredients

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namul

namul

/næmʌl/
noun
*** either a variety of edible grass or leaves or seasoned herbal dishes made of them

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jjapaguri

jjapaguri

/dʒæpɐɡjʊɹi/
noun
*** a Korean dish that consists of two types of instant noodles

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rolled omelet

rolled omelet

/ɹoʊld ɑːmlət/
noun
*** in Korean cuisine is a savory banchan made with beaten eggs mixed with several finely diced ingredients

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jokbal

jokbal

/dʒɑːkbəl/
noun
*** a Korean dish consisting of pig's trotters cooked with soy sauce and spices

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Korean barbecue

Korean barbecue

/kɚɹiːən bɑːɹbɪkjuː/
noun
*** a popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork or chicken

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ramyun

ramyun

/ɹæmɪʌn/
noun
*** an instant noodle. It has become a popular choice among Koreans because of its low price and simple recipe and is frequently consumed as a snack

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kimchi jjigae

kimchi jjigae

/kɪmtʃɪ dʒɪɡiː/
noun
*** the most popular stew in Korea

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bossam

bossam

/bɔsəm/
noun
*** a pork dish in Korean cuisine. It usually consists of pork shoulder that is boiled in spices and thinly sliced

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anju

anju

/ˈændʒuː/
noun
*** a Korean term for food consumed with alcohol. It consists of a variety of foods, including both main dishes and side dishes

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sujebi

sujebi

/suːdʒɪbɪ/
noun
*** Korean-style pasta soup, is a Korean traditional soup consisting of dough flakes roughly torn by hand, with various vegetables

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sundae

sundae

/ˈsəndeɪ/
noun
*** a traditional blood sausage that usually consists of rice, glass noodles (dangmyeon), and pig’s blood, while the variations may also incorporate barely, bean sprouts, kimchi, perilla leaves, soybean paste, or scallions

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yaksik

yaksik

/jæksɪk/
noun
*** a sweet Korean dish made by steaming glutinous rice, and mixing with chestnuts, jujubes, and pine nuts

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samgye-tang

samgye-tang

/sæmdʒaɪtæŋ/
noun
*** ginseng chicken soup consists primarily of a whole young chicken filled with garlic, rice, jujube, and ginseng

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miyeok-guk

miyeok-guk

/mɪjoʊkɡʌk/
noun
*** a non-spicy Korean soup whose main ingredient is miyeok, or seaweed

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tteokguk

tteokguk

/tokɡʌk/
noun
*** a traditional Korean dish eaten during the celebration of the Korean New Year

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gejang

gejang

/dʒɛdʒæŋ/
noun
*** salted fermented seafood in Korean cuisine, which is made by marinating fresh raw crabs either in ganjang (soy sauce) or in a sauce based on chili pepper powder

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