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A lot of people think that most Korean food is hot and spicy, like Kimchi. However, there are plenty of Korean dishes that are not hot and are quite delicious. Pajeon is one among them.
It is rich in nutrients and is made from producing dough from flour and adding green onion, onion, seafood and other ingredients. It is a healthy dish because it provides carbohydrates, fat, vitamins, minerals, and protein all that the same time.
It is most often consumed as anju, dishes enjoyed with alcoholic beverages, and it considered a particularly appropriate match for makgeolli (막걸리). There’s an area of Busan called Dongnae that is especially famous for pajeon. Be sure to visit Dongnae to have some when you have the chance.
Koreans especially like to have makgeolli and pajeon on rainy days. How about having a bowl of makgeolli and some pajeon with your Korean friends the next time it rains?
What is meaning of Makgeolli?
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