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Un plato demaciado Coreano

Este es uno de mis platos favoritos entre la comida Coreana. Este plato es tocino coreano, que se sirve con Kimchi, cebolla y tofu. El restaurante queda en la estación de Gireum (Línea # 4) salida 3. Aparte de ser famoso por el tocino, se volvió famoso por la decoración que usan periódicos de los 70. Cada porción vale 9,000W y la cantidad de la carne no te va a decepcionar, ni el sabor.
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si pasamos el costo a dolares cuanto seria??
que rico se ve amiga!!!! podrias subir mas fotos de comida coreana?? :)
@arianachang se llama 오겹살 (o-gyup-sal)
como se llama este plato?
suena muy rico me gustaría probarlo
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Una cena muy Coreana
Hola chicos y chicas : ) Espero que hayan tenido un buen día! Aquí en Corea, hizo un poco de frío y un poco nublado. Hoy, por cena comimos un plato muy típico en Corea. Se podría decir que es asado, pero también es muy diferente al asado que nosotros conocemos. Se llama 삼겹살 (Sam-gyop-sal) lo cual es tocino coreano al carbón. Para darles una explicación de lo que ven en las fotos, en la primera foto pueden ver el tocino cocinándose en el fuego, con cebolla y Kimchi al lado. Kimchi, es uno de los acompanamientos más famosos de la cultura Coreana. También es muy famoso por ser bueno para la salud. Aunque el sabor es muy fuerte y picante, muchos se acostumbran al sabor y terminan siendo obsesionados como yo! jajaja Pero el Kimchi va muy bien con la carne. En la segunda foto y tercera foto son los platos que acompanan la carne. Lo que puedes ver es cebollas, Kimchi, Lechugas y cebolla china marinada en salsa picante. Cuando comes carne en Corea, es muy común comer la carne con los vegetales en la lechuga, jajaj ya siento que las confundí. Se llama 쌈밥 "Ssam-bap" que significa arroz cubierto. Los pasos son: 1. Agarras una lechuga 2. Le pones un poco de arroz 3. Le pones 1 o 2 pedazos de carne 4. Agregas el Kimchi y la cebolla china. 5. Lo cierras y te lo comes! Perdón que no hay una foto de ssam-bap, estaba tan emocionada que me lo tuve que comer de una. Espero que este post les haya ayudado/gustado! Qué tal les parece el "Sam-gyop-sal"?
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