Mom-guk is the next typical Jeju food. Mom is a Jeju dialect for gulfweed a kind of seaweed that is rich
in fat, calcium, and vitamins and grows among the rocks in the ocean. This soup is usually served at
private occasions such as a particular celebration or when mourning. This soup is very nutritious and rich
in nutrients, usually this soup sold about 5,000 - 7,000 Won.
Galchi-Yorim is a spicy soup made from swordfish meat sold in restaurants in Seogwipo, Jeju. Spicesused are soy sauce, red pepper powder, and gochujang sauce that makes this dish red and has a spicy andfresh taste. Usually these dishes are served in restaurants with varying prices by size but usually costbetween 38,000 Won - 50,000 Won.3.Seonggae Miyeok GukSeonggae Miyeok-woof is a seaweed-based soup dish mostly found in Jeju. To make Miyeok-guk,seaweed in soak until fluffy then fried in sesame oil then boiled. This soup is very good for healthbecause seaweed is rich in protein, vitamins, and iron but low in calories. This soup is commonly soldwith a price range between 8,000 Won - 10,000 Won per serving.4.Omaegi-TteokOmaegi-tteok is a dish of Jeju rice cake made from black sticky rice and jewawut plant. These cakesare usually consumed in May - July in the spring. If at first glance this cake looks like a donut diameterof 5cm but it feels very different, Omaegi-tteok very delicious if eaten while still hot. These cakes canbe bought at traditional markets or rice cake shops throughout Jeju. The price varies depending on thestore, but usually a pack of six cakes is usually sold around 3,000 Won.5.Jeonbok DolsotbapJeju Island is famous for having good seafood, so local people often use a variety of seafood as the basic ingredients of their cuisine. Around Seongsanpo and Seopjikoji areas there are many restaurantsspecializing in abalone dishes. One of the main dishes there is Jeonbok-dolsotbap, a rice with abaloneand vegetable pieces on it served in a hot stone bowl. This dish is usually sold around 15,000 Won