List of Korean dishes

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Below is a list of dishes found in Korean cuisine.

Korean dish by type[edit]

Royal court dishes[edit]

Grilled dishes[edit]

Bulgogi a grilled Korea dish
See also: Gui and Korean barbecue

Steamed dishes[edit]

See also: Jjim and Seon (food)

Raw dishes[edit]

Main article: Hoe (dish)

Korean dish by ingredient[edit]

Meat-based dishes[edit]

Bossam dish
See also: Korean barbecue

Fish-based dishes[edit]

Vegetable-based dishes[edit]

Main article: Namul

Soups and stews[edit]

Tteokguk, soup made with tteok, rice cake

Grain dishes[edit]

Banchan (side dishes)[edit]

Kimchi dish

Guksu / noodles[edit]

Mul Naengmyeon with Mandu



Close up of Gimbap

Kimbap (literally, seaweed-rice, 김밥) is a very popular snack in Korea. It consists of cooked rice, sesame oil, salt, and sesame seeds, sugar is often added as seasonings. Then it is placed on a sheet of gim, dried laver. The seasoned rice is spread on the laver, and then fried egg, julienned carrots, julienned ham, seasoned ground beef or seasoned fish cakes, pickled radish, seasoned spinach, and seasoned gobo and cucumber are then placed closely together on the rice, and is rolled in the manner similar to that of the Japanese maki. Today, there are many varieties of gimbap: tuna, cheese, bulgogi, vegetable, and more.


Main article: Jeon (food)

Jeon is a Korean pancake like dish. Fermented kimchi (kimchijeon) or seafood (haemul pajeon) is mixed into a flour-based batter, and then fried in an oiled pan. This dish tastes best when it is dipped in a mixture of soy sauce, vinegar, and chili pepper powder.

Other snacks[edit]

Anju (side dishes accompanying alcoholic beverages)[edit]

Jokbal dish





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