Chueotang: mudfish soup

When I think of Chueotang, I think of two things: Ahjeossi (아저씨; men over 40s, based on my standard) and health food. Ahjeossis love to eat this soup and it gives you so much energy. It is made from mudfish. Let’s see what it looks like πŸ™‚

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I liked the side dishes here. Some restaurants buy Kimchi which doesn’t taste good, but I could taste that their Kimchi was made here and it was so fresh. Even by only eating side dishes, I felt like I was eating healthy food.

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Here is Chueotang. What I tried had grounded mudfish, different types of vegetables, and abalones. (Usually abalones are not in the soup but what I ordered was Abalone Chueotang.) It is medium-thick, meaning it’s not too watery and not too thick because of the grounded mudfish.

Chueotang itself is considered a health food… and with abalones? I would say that it is a super food. Both are considered energy food in Korea. It is not that spicy. You might think that it tastes weird at first. I understand. It sounds weird too haha. But give it a try πŸ™‚

 

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It depends on the restaurants, but where I went prepared a nice Dolsot bap (돌μ†₯λ°₯; hot pot rice). It tastes better than just normal rice and you can eat Nurongjitang (λˆ„λ‘±μ§€νƒ•; scorched rice soup). You scoop the rice into another bowl and pour water into the hot pot. Once you finish the rice, the Nurungjitang will be cooked and you can enjoy it πŸ™‚

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Bossam (boiled pork meat) with Kimchi is a plus. Isn’t it a nice meal?

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Price: 12,000 for Abalone Chueotang

Address: κ²½κΈ° μ•ˆμ‚°μ‹œ 단원ꡬ 이삭2κΈΈ 59 (59, Isak 2-gil, Danwon-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do)

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9 Comments

  1. YoHan, Shin 1 year ago

    Mud soup is my favorite Korean soup. It not only tastes good, but also is beneficial for staying healthy. They serve it with abalone. How could it be more luxurious and energetic! I will never miss it as an Ansan resident.

    • Jina Lyu Author 1 year ago

      whhhat? You live in Ansan?

  2. YoHan, Shin 1 year ago

    Yes, I was born and raised in BRAVO Ansan. Currently I stay, on weekdays, in Itaewon nearby steki you introduced the other day. Less than two minutes on foot? But I go to my hometown ,Ansan on weekends.

    • Jina Lyu Author 1 year ago

      WHHHHAAAT? Oh my goodness. same as me! I was born and raised in Ansan too πŸ™‚ and I live here haha.That is awesome! I wonder how you found me!

  3. YoHan, Shin 1 year ago

    How I get to yum-korea? I’ve come here via 냠냠이 at first. One day, I really wanted to have grilled duck with my family in Ansan. So I searched the Internet to find a well-known restaurant. Of numerous links, I found your posting about ꡬ곑산μž₯ in Korean version. I was impressed with your saying that you have been a regular customer more than twenty years. – this makes me somewhat expected you live in Ansan- and then I surfed your blog for a while and watched your video. After all, I’ve become your follower:) Someday if I encounter you in somewhere in Ansan, I will say “hello Jina”, then don’t be startled. Have a nice weekend

    • Jina Lyu Author 1 year ago

      Ahhh thanks for finding me πŸ™‚ Thank you so much always, Yohan! haha yeah, I won’t be startled. no worries! have a good night.

  4. YoHan, Shin 1 year ago

    Hey, Mr.AUTHOR!
    Where is Jina? Is she extremely busy?

    • Jina Lyu Author 1 year ago

      hahahahahaha Yohan, thanks for pushing me. I really need to write. Hah. I am about to write a post πŸ™‚ Korean blog, this blog, Facebook page, Instagram, and other works not related to blog… so much work to do ewhhh

  5. YoHan, Shin 1 year ago

    You’ve been running various types of online network service. Just highly appreciate that you are pumping out lots of postings. In fact, I just expressed my interest in your account in a humorous way. Don’t feel severely pressured😊

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