Try Erwan Heussaff's Version Of The Soft Tofu Stew From 'Itaewon Class'

BRB, we *need* to try this for ourselves.
PHOTO: YOUTUBE/ERWAN HEUSSAFF

Itaewon Class is known for many things: its thrilling plot, stellar acting, frustrating love triangle (lol), and impressive take on social issues. But while watching the show, you probably couldn't help but feel hungry every time they served a dish at Danbam. Remember when Park Saeroyi served Chairman Jang his soondubu jjigae (soft tofu stew)? I couldn't stop thinking about it until the following week when I went to a Korean restaurant to order a giant bowl of it.

If you're suddenly craving, too, here's Erwan Heussaff's take on the famous dish: 

First, he shows us how to cook kimchi jjigae using kimchi that's been fermenting for four weeks, so you know it's good. He then makes the soondubu jjigae with soft tofu, clams, prawns, and two types of mushrooms! Aside from that, Erwan prepares spicy pork stir-fry, another dish featured in the K-drama. He goes for pork shoulder where he cuts off most of the skin (but that's your call).  

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