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chicken noodle soup [Korean food]
cooked and seasoned vegetables or uncooked vegetables
mixed rice and vegetables in a hot stone pot [Korean food]
bean sprout soup with rice [Korean food]
bean sprout soup [Korean food]
pan fried Korean dish (Korean pancake) [Korean food]
soup [from Chinese]
Galbi soup, beef soup [Korean food]
seafood soup [Korean food]
a Korean-style meal (with many side dishes) [Korean food]
red pepper paste [Korean food]
to put in a smaller bowl
to wrap in romaine lettuce
to dip (into a sauce)
to dip into a mixed sauce made from soy sauce and other ingredients
둘이 먹다가 하나 죽어도 모를 만큼 맛있어요.
It was so delicious that if two people were eating and one died the other wouldn't notice (because it's so good). [idiom]
What would you like to eat? [informal]
뭘로 만든 거예요?
What is this made out of? [informal]
아무거나 다 잘 먹어요.
I can eat anything/everything. [informal]
좀 덜 맵게 해 주세요.
Could you make it less spicy? [informal polite]
menu [English cognate]
a menu (bill of fare)
to take out
withou pork [lit. pork taken out]
to be lacking, not enough
specifically, in detail
to change the grill
heat, hot weather
the dog days of summer (the hottest days of summer)
the first "dog day" of summer
the middle "dog day" of summer
the final "dog day" of summer
to stand in line
(someone's) turn (in a game, for example)
to gain strength
Huh? What (did you say)? [informal]
닭이 다 떨어졌어요.
We are all out of chicken. [informal]
Oh, I see. [informal]
이야기 좀 하면서 기다리지요, 뭐.
Eh, we can just talk while we wait. [informal]
이제 우리 차레예요.
It's our turn. [informal]
점심시간이 다 됐네요.
It's time to eat lunch. / It's already lunchtime. [informal]
inside (the body)
to have an upset stomach (to have gastrointestinal trouble) [lit. insides are uncomfortable]
to feel stomach relief [lit. insides are cool]
to taste sweet
그동안 잘 지내셨어요?
Have you been well? [informal polite]
green onion pan fried dish (green onion Korean pancake) [Korean food]
and then ... [grammar]
beef soup with rice [Korean food]
(-이/가) 들어 있다
to contain; to be inside
(for a thing) to be hot
Used at the end of a sentence to explain a reason. It is often used in casual speaking. [grammar]
as much as ... ; enough to ... [grammar]
casual way to ask a person's intention, purpose or thoughts [grammar]
used as an exclamation or to express surprise about a newly discovered fact [grammar]
to be unoccupied, to be empty
appearance, how something appears to be
to be wet