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Korean food cuisine - A Handbook of Terminology

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Publisher: 온이퍼브

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It has more than 800 Korean dishes, including rice, side dishes, stew, soup, and traditional dishes.- Book of detailed lists for everything needed of Korean food, cuisine.- A brief outline of the most common Korean food terms.- More than 800 Korean food terms.- Romanization notes for beginners.

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