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Jeju

Haemul Dukbaeggi–seafood in an earthenware bowl. This spicy soup tasted like something out of New Orleans. It didn’t taste like Haemultang, which is another popular seafood soup. In my opinion, Haemultang does all it can to cover up the seafood’s natural flavors. Haemul Dukbaeggi does what it can to enhance them.

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