Palsaik Samgyusal is a very famous dish in South Korea. In fact, from 2012, nearly all tours to South Korea include a meal of Palsaik, and the majority of these meals are enjoyed in the first Palsaik Samgyusal restaurant ever, making Palsaik Samgyusal Seoul’s most visited restaurant, and the country’s most successful chain restaurant.
In Korean Palsaik means ‘eight colours’. Samgyusal is the Korean word for pork belly. As such Palsaik Samgyusal means eight coloured belly pork. The eight colours are provided by the marinades in which the pork belly is flavoured with. At Palsaik, the eight flavours are original, ginseng, wine, pine needles, garlic, herb, curry, miso and red pepper paste. All the colour is naturally-derived, making the pork served at Palsaik 100% natural and free from colouring and any synthetic flavour additives.
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