Last weekend, hubby and I went to Gochang to see the Gochang Barley Plantation. It is included in our plan to have jang-o gui or roasted eels for lunch because roasted eels are famous in Gochang.
Here are the eels.
As you know, koreans always serve different kinds of side dishes when they have meal. Not only in the restaurant but also at home. So here's what they serve in the restaurant.
They also served the eel bones. I tried one. It tastes like eels but they too hard and crispy.
This is how to eat jang-o. It's up to you whatever you want to put in your vegetable with the eel. I put ginger, garlic, pickled onion, samjang (beanpaste) on sesame leaves and lettuce.