23 (Thu) December 2010
(Ajou University Hospital)
-Woncheon, Yeongtong, Suwon, Gyeonggi, Korea-
Jjamjja myeon is a Korean-Chinese dish. It’s a bowl, split into two halves, one side containing jjambbong, the other containing jjajang myeon = jjam + jja. Invented to appease those who can’t decide between the two, which together represent 80% of what customers in Korean-Chinese restaurants here tend to order.
Another 10% is comprised by fried rice, which comes with a side of jjajang sauce and jjambbong broth.