Korean food extends much further than just Kimchi, Kimbap and Galbi (BBQ). The range of different seafood dishes could kept your stomach happy for a very long time. Of course it’s often difficult to consider certain options if you’re on a budget, busy and dinning with a large or young family; but Stir-Fried Spicy Baby Octopus / Jjukkumi Bokkum is simple and quick to make at home.

Here are a few quick things to note;

1 – They aren’t really baby octopus just small
2 – People do eat them raw so like steak cook them to your personal preference.
3 – They’re available in sets (as pictured) below at Lotte Mart (and most likely Homeplus, Emart and other places).
4 – It’s cheap

How to cook:

1 – Put the ingreidents in a frying pan
2 – Add some extra vegetables (onion, cabbage, beans sprouts etc)
3 – Serve with side dishes, rice and basically anything else you like.4 – Enjoy

Stir-Fried Spicy Baby Octopus / Jjukkumi Bokkum and the Cooking Process

home-made-korean-baby-octopus home-made-korean-baby-octopus-1 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-2 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-3 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-4 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-5 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-6 home-made-korean-baby-octopus-7


This is a newer slightly more streamline style we’re using in order to push out a few more of these (to be honest) limited interest posts.

If you have any questions or comments regarding Spicy Grilled Baby Octopus or anything else in general please feel free to comment below or via our Facebook or Twitter pages.
Thank you and have a great day.

Tim & Jeonghye
Modern Seoul
Modern Seoul Logo 2013 m