고추장제육불고기 Gochujang Jaeyuk Dwaeji Bulgogi 500g – Marinated NZ Pork Shoulder, Spicy Sauce Base, 2.5mm slice Korean BBQ Cut.
Jaeyuk Dwaeji Bulgogi doesn”t have a long history. It was only in the 1980s that it became known as a side dish for drinks, and from the late 1980s onwards, students and office workers began to eat it for lunch with rice.
Jeyuk means pork. To translate it into Korean, jeyukbokkeum is stir-fried pork. It is usually tossed in red chilli powder or gochujang and cooked with vegetables, and depending on the region, it is also called pork jumuluk, gochujang bulgogi, pork bulgogi, etc.
Jeyukdapbap, rice topped with stir-fried pork, is one of the most popular dishes at bunsik and baekbanjip, and it is a simple meal with just kimchi without any other side dishes. You can use a variety of cuts of meat, including pork belly, front leg, and pork shouler.