7 Korean soups for the soul

Dongtae jjigae (동태찌개), Pollock stew

The word “soup” can have different shades of meaning in Korean. Jigae is more like a stew, and while tang and guk are similar, a guk can be put together in a day, but a tang requires more time. Whatever the case may be, a good soup requires a good base, whether it is made from a radish and dashi broth, or simmering ox bones for hours on end.

Arm yourself with one of these hale and hearty soups and you’ll be ready to brave the winter once again. (READ MORE)

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