Seoul Yummy’s No. 1 Signature
Korean Ramyon, Tteokbokki, Spam, Sausage, Enoki, Beancurd, Baked Beans, Assorted Vegetables and Kimchi
Budae Jjigae – Budae which means “army” in Korean and Jjigae meaning “stew”, the army stew originated from the Korean war. During the war, Koreans salvaged any means of food from the American soldiers – spam, sausage, baked beans and other staples.
At Seoul Yummy, we modernized what used to be a common Korean army food into a luxurious bubbling stew of indulgence with our special homemade spicy army stew soup and the various army stew options!
It’s hot! Koreans love spicy foods!
Koreans have an expression called: “이열치열” which translates as “fight fire with fire.” This expression is most often used regarding Korean cuisine, and especially in the summer months. Foods that are both temperature hot (삼계탕, ginseng chicken soup) or spicy hot (take your pick of nearly any Korean dish).