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Old 11-25-2009, 10:32 AM   #161
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?? This isn't spicy though, so I don't think it's what you got.
Can't see that (will have to wait until I get home)...and I don't find the soup I'm asking about THAT spicy...but, it does have a kick to it.
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i was 11.

after years of just cereal, toast, eggs, etc, kimchi jjeegae was too much.
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i think yummie might have eaten 육계장
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:33 AM   #165
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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

didn't know you were such an easy going person...
man i'm hella picky when it comes to trying different country's cuisine..
I really love all food. So long as it is not made of some insect or is still moving, I'll probably try it.
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but wtf is orange-colored flower?
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:34 AM   #167
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i think yummie might have eaten 육계장
And that is...?
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:34 AM   #168
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?? This isn't spicy though, so I don't think it's what you got.
I WANT THAT TOO!
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I really love all food. So long as it is not made of some insect or is still moving, I'll probably try it.
live octopus is hella good though
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but wtf is orange-colored flower?
It doesn't have pedals. And I think it is more of a stem. But, it is an orange color...
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i was 11.

after years of just cereal, toast, eggs, etc, kimchi jjeegae was too much.
Not gonna lie, I was eating toast with eggs and kimchi placed on top, like a sandwich. It was delicious..
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aw man.. didn't know the image was so huge!!

does az {IMG}{/IMG} tag have any resolution option?
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That's the soup!
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i think yummie might have eaten 육계장
That's what I thought initially, but he said it was clear, but I do think it's 육계장 too.

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That's the soup!
Bunk, beat me to it
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Not gonna lie, I was eating toast with eggs and kimchi placed on top, like a sandwich. It was delicious..
what.....................................
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Not gonna lie, I was eating toast with eggs and kimchi placed on top, like a sandwich. It was delicious..


Eating toast and eggs like a true man.
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i think yummie might have eaten 육계장
that's what i thought too, but restaurants don't usually serve that as a side soup.

seemed like yumchah was served some soup he didn't ask for so it seemed like it was a side.

and he said clear. that stuff isn't really clear.

EDIT: nevermind!
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dam, i want lunch already..
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yumcha.. i could name a few that non-koreans don't get to try so often..

have you tried korean style "chinese food"??
how about this intestine stuff (곱창/gop chang) and korean sausage (순대/soon dae)?
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:40 AM   #183
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how about jja jang myun and tang soo yook delivered on a moped in korea?

and when you're done, you just leave everything outside for them to pick it up.

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only some 순대 is good to me...
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how about jja jang myun and tang soo yook delivered on a moped in korea?

and when you're done, you just leave everything outside for them to pick it up.

did you guys know even mcdonald's do a delivery for free???
i think they started out as even single cheese burger is delievarable, but they changed so that you have to order minimum amount in order to get it delievered..


dude.. customer service in korea is like the world's top class lol
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yumcha.. i could name a few that non-koreans don't get to try so often..

have you tried korean style "chinese food"??
how about this intestine stuff (곱창/gop chang) and korean sausage (순대/soon dae)?
I don't mind instestine stuff...but, it depends on how it is prepared. That being said, I'll try it once.

As for K-style Chink food...I don't have that luxury here. We have K-style Japanese food...but, otherwise, I avoid those and stick to the joints that strictly serve K-food.



Okay, what's the soup we've identified called...? Anyone have an English spelling for it...?
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yook gae jang
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yumcha.. i could name a few that non-koreans don't get to try so often..

have you tried korean style "chinese food"??
how about this intestine stuff (곱창/gop chang) and korean sausage (순대/soon dae)?
http://www.yelp.com/biz/man-doo-rang...use-buena-park

Has anyone been here? (With the exception of maybe Scott.)

They have a nice big menu with free soda to boot! We should have a meet there..
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anyways.. to my koreans..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaU-8BmXtpM
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yook gae jang
Thank-you!

I must order it again.
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only some 순대 is good to me...
i used to hate soondae until my sister took me to this place in nyc.

it's some restaurant known for their sul-lung tang. that's really good there. but i really liked their soondae too.

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Another K-food related thing I really enjoy (I buy it regularly from the Korean grocery store) is the sliced rice cakes...Wait, are they "cakes"...? They are oval-shaped and are made of rice. I usually throw that into a wok, add some seafood, mushrooms, and veggies...easy-peasy dish.
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Damn,.. I don't get to eat Korean food regularly.. I crave it 24/7 now.
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I don't mind instestine stuff...but, it depends on how it is prepared. That being said, I'll try it once.
http://v.daum.net/link/4398285

so many korean websites blocking right clicking -_-;
anyways.. this is the 순대곱창 (soon dae gop chang) if you can see the website
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Another K-food related thing I really enjoy (I buy it regularly from the Korean grocery store) is the sliced rice cakes...Wait, are they "cakes"...? They are oval-shaped and are made of rice. I usually throw that into a wok, add some seafood, mushrooms, and veggies...easy-peasy dish.
dduk? lol

that reminds me..

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Another K-food related thing I really enjoy (I buy it regularly from the Korean grocery store) is the sliced rice cakes...Wait, are they "cakes"...? They are oval-shaped and are made of rice. I usually throw that into a wok, add some seafood, mushrooms, and veggies...easy-peasy dish.
it's called dduk (and each kind has its own name for them.. and yours in particular might be called "song pyun" 송편)
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come to think of pronounciation..

dduk is the konglish style of writing... lol
no one's going to pronounce dd as ㄸ
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Weird...I get red X's when I go to that URL.
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it's called dduk (and each kind has its own name for them.. and yours in particular might be called "song pyun" 송편)
Do I pronounce that as "dee-duke"...?
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