|Alternative names||Beef bone soup|
|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredients||Beef bones, oxtail, head, trotters, knee cartilage, tripe, intestines, and/or brisket|
곰국 / 곰탕
- / -湯
|Revised Romanization||gomguk / gomtang|
|McCune–Reischauer||komkuk / komt'ang|
|IPA||[kom.k͈uk̚] / [kom.tʰaŋ]|
Gomguk (곰국), gomtang (곰탕), or beef bone soup refers to a soup in Korean cuisine made with various beef parts such as ribs, oxtail, brisket, ox's head or ox bones by slow simmering on a low flame. The broth tends to have a milky color with a rich and hearty taste.
- Hyeonpung gomtang : from the region of Hyeonpung. Broth is made from ox tail, brisket, cow's feet and innards.
- Naju gomtang : from the region of Naju. Cooked heel meat and brisket are added to the broth.
- Sagol gomtang (사골곰탕) : beef leg bones are the main ingredients
- Kkori-gomtang (꼬리곰탕) : ox tail soup
- Toran gomtang (토란곰탕) : beef brisket based with toran
- Seolleongtang (설렁탕): ox leg bone soup simmered for more than 10 hours until the soup is milky-white. Usually served in a bowl containing somyeon (thin wheat flour noodles) and pieces of beef. Sliced scallions and black pepper are used as condiments. Sometimes served with rice instead of noodles.
- Galbi-tang (갈비탕) : made with galbi (beef short ribs)
- Yukgaejang (육개장) : gomtang with additional spicy seasoning
- Doganitang (도가니탕) : beef knee cartilage is an additional ingredient
- Chupotang (추포탕) : finely ground perilla is added
- Gamulchi gomtang : made from snakehead fish with glutinous rice, ginger, ginseng and jujubes
- Samgyetang (삼계탕): based with chicken stuffed with ginseng, glutinous rice, jujubes, garlic, and chestnuts
- Gamjatang (감자탕): a spicy soup made with separated pork spine, potatoes and hot peppers.
- Jumunjin mulgomtang (주문진 물곰탕) : from the region of Jumunjin. Made from moray eel, kimchi and spring onions
- (in Korean) "곰-국". Standard Korean dictionary. National Institute of Korean Language. Retrieved 2017-02-15.
- (in Korean) "주요 한식명(200개) 로마자 표기 및 번역(영, 중, 일) 표준안" [Standardized Romanizations and Translations (English, Chinese, and Japanese) of (200) Major Korean Dishes] (PDF). National Institute of Korean Language. 2014-07-30. Retrieved 2017-02-15. Lay summary.
- (in Korean) Gomguk Archived 2011-06-10 at the Wayback Machine at Korean Culture Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Gomtang Archived 2011-06-10 at the Wayback Machine at Britannica Korea
- (in Korean) Hyeonpung gomtang at Doosan Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Naju gomtang at Doosan Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Kkori gomtang at Doosan Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Seolleongtang at Doosan Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Chupotang at Doosan Encyclopedia
- (in Korean) Jumunjin mulgomtang at Gangneung Grand Culture Encyclopedia