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Garak guksu is a type of very thin noodle made in Korea, which is made from kneaded dough with salt water that is cooked in a boiling liquid.
The pure Korean word guksu presents a form of noodle. Garak means "long strains pulled from larger body."
- Kimchi pot-boiled garak guksu (김치냄비가락국수)
- Fresh ginseng cold garak guksu (수삼냉가락국수)
- Buckwheat garak guksu (메밀가락국수)
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