JEJU Food Travel: Where Natural Wonders and Exquisite Food Await

JEJU Food Travel: Where Natural Wonders and Exquisite Food Await

Top10-Specialty-Foods-in-Jeju
Top10-Specialty-Foods-in-Jeju

JEJU Food Travel: Where Natural Wonders and Exquisite Food Await

Jeju Island is a must-visit destination offering breathtaking natural beauty, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, unique cultural traditions, delicious cuisine, outdoor adventures, and opportunities for relaxation and wellness. Also, Jeju Island has a lot of specialty food. ๐Ÿ”ฝWe are explore the Jeju’s specialty food below.

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Top 10 Jeju Specialty Food List

โ‘  Heukdwaeji (Black Pork)

Heukdwaeji
Heukdwaeji

Jeju’s black pork(Heukdwaeji) is highly regarded for its exceptional taste and quality. The pigs are raised in a unique environment on Jeju Island, resulting in tender and succulent meat. When grilled or barbecued, the marbled black pork releases rich flavors, and its slightly sweet and savory taste is truly delightful. It’s a must-try for meat lovers visiting Jeju.

โ‘ก Haemul Pajeon (Seafood Pancake)

Haemul Pajeon
Haemul Pajeon

Haemul Pajeon is a popular Korean pancake made with flour, egg, and green onion dough and filled with a variety of fresh seafood. In Jeju, the seafood used in pancakes is often locally sourced, ensuring the freshest ingredients. The pancakes are crispy on the outside and soft on the inside and are fried to perfection with a blend of seafood and green onion flavors.

โ‘ข Jeju gamgyeol (Jeju tangerine)

Jeju gamgyeol
Jeju gamgyeol

Jeju gamgyeol or Jeju tangerines are known for their sweet and tangy taste. Jeju’s warm climate and volcanic soil create ideal conditions for growing these citrus fruits. Jeju gamgyeol is characterized by its juicy, refreshing and lively flavor. It can be eaten raw, peeled and eaten as a snack, or used in desserts, juices, and jams.

โ‘ฃ Jeju Agwi Jjim (Steamed Crawfish)

Jeju Agwi Jjim
Jeju Agwi Jjim

Agwi Jjim is a must-try specialty on Jeju Island, especially for seafood lovers. The dish is made with langoustines, called ‘agwi’ in the local dialect, from the island’s coastal waters. The lobster is slowly steamed to bring out the natural sweetness of the meat. The soft lobster meat and delicate sea flavor are in perfect harmony, making it a perfect dish for those who want to enjoy the blessings of Jeju Island’s sea.

โ‘ค Jeongbokjuk (Abalone Porridge)

Jeongbokjuk
Jeongbokjuk

Jeongbokjuk is a popular dish on Jeju Island. Porridge cooked with abalone has a rich and savory taste. Abalone adds a delicious texture to the soft, creamy porridge. It is considered a delicacy and is popular as a beneficial and nutritious meal, especially during the cold season.

โ‘ฅ Jeju Hweh (Raw Fish)

 Jeju Hweh
Jeju Hweh

Jeju Hweh showcases the island’s abundant seafood. It typically consists of raw fish thinly sliced and served as sashimi. The freshness and quality of the fish contribute to its delicate and pure taste. At Jeju Hweh, you can enjoy the natural flavors of various types of fish that live in the waters around Jeju Island.

โ‘ฆ Jeju Gogi Guksu (Jeju Meat Noodle Soup)

Jeju Gogi Guksu
Jeju Gogi Guksu

Jeju kogi guksu consists of thin wheat noodles and slices of Jeju black pork or beef in a clear broth. The noodles are perfectly cooked and the broth is flavorful with a satisfying combination of textures and flavors. Hearty and hearty dishes that are popular with locals and tourists alike.

โ‘ง Jeju Yakgwa

Jeju Yakgwa
Jeju Yakgwa

Yakgwa is a traditional Korean sweet pastry, and Jeju’s version is highly regarded. Made with honey, sesame oil, and wheat flour, these small, bite-sized treats are deep-fried until golden brown. They are then coated with a syrup made from honey and garnished with sesame seeds. Jeju Yakgwa has a delicate, melt-in-your-mouth texture with a hint of sweetness from the honey and a nutty aroma from the sesame seeds.

โ‘จ Jeju Gejang (Marinated Crab)

Jeju Gejang
Jeju Gejang

Jeju Gejang is a popular dish made with fresh crabs caught in Jeju’s coastal waters. The crabs are carefully washed and marinated in a soy sauce-based sauce with garlic, ginger and other spices. Marinated crab not only enhances its flavor, but also makes it softer, juicier and easier to eat. Jeju gejang is usually eaten with rice, allowing you to enjoy the rich flavor of the marinated crab.

โ‘ฉ Jeju Tteokgalbi (Grilled Short Rib Patty)

Jeju Tteokgalbi
Jeju Tteokgalbi

Jeju Tteokgalbi is a variation of a popular Korean dish made with minced beef or pork mixed with various spices. The main difference is the use of Jeju Island’s famous black pork, which gives it a unique flavor. The mixture is formed into patties and grilled until fully cooked, resulting in juicy, flavorful meat. The combination of flavorful spices and juicy black pork makes Jeju tteokgalbi a delicious specialty.

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