도루묵을 회로 먹어봤습니다. Do you know ‘Sailfin sandfish’ sashimi?


Hello, everyone. Today, we’re in Sokcho. Look at the ocean. Wow, it’s a sight to see. A major sight. (Awkward joke;;) We’re going to go eat sashimi of fish caught at sea. We’re down here in the basement floor, and you know the fish you always see in Seoul? Flatfish, red sea bream, rockfish. Those are the main ones. But if you look here, do you see the ugly one in there? What’s that? A sea raven. I heard that this is really tasty. Sculpin. It kind of does look like a stone hammer, the tail could be the handle and you could hit someone with it. Sculpin. The fish you have to come to Gangwon Province to see. I personally really like leatherfish because they’re so cute. It’s really soft. Rub rub It feels like those flannel towels. That’s what it is. A soft flannel towel. I like the rough feeling of these. The sound! The sound! It went “Quack quack quack quack quack” Mr. Leatherfish, do you have anything to say? Sailfin sandfish. We eat a lot of sailfin sandfish. We usually eat it steamed. This is the first time I’m seeing a live one. You can eat sailfin sandfish as sashimi? Of course. Awesome. This is a must-eat. I’ve only ever had sailfin sandfish steamed before. So I really have to try this. Gangwon Province is so awesome (Proud) What’s this? It’s the longhorn sculpin. Pollakiuria…? The name is a little iffy… They all look pretty similar. They have skinny tales and big cheeks. There are so many interesting fish here, can I pick a few and try them out? I’ll pick them for you. Snap What’s that? Are those eggs? Look at the sailfin sandfish’s eggs!!! That’s amazing.. It looks like broccoli. The bodies are all sailfin sandfish, but the heads are all rockfish. I heard that a leatherfish’s liver tastes good. Here’s the liver. The white thing is the liver. There really isn’t that much. I was going to share it, but I don’t think there’s going to be anything to share? I could probably eat that in one bite. You don’t need to slice them, I’ll eat them in one bite… Sailfin sandfish Leatherfish Liver! Sea raven Sculpin Longhorn sculpin (touched) We bought sashimi and they’ve given us a feast. Even when we were preparing all of the fish, I was worried because the fish looked so small (one-bite size) This is like a Japanese restaurant. I’m going to try the sailfin sandfish first, which I was most curious about. It’s a really interesting sensation. It’s #mushy but also #soft and it goes #straight down your throat. It’s like a really soft trout? It’s like it’s floating through your throat. I’m going to try the leatherfish now. Remember the flannel towel? It’s that. A superior flatfish? A #chewy flatflish that #doesn’t have that flatfish smell? This is normally used to make dried fish filets, so it’s different eating it as sashimi. It’s much tastier than a flatfish. It’s really chewy. People who enjoy the chewy texture of live fish will definitely like this, no doubt. It has the texture but doesn’t have any of that fish smell. Time to eat the leatherfish liver. It’s so good..? This is amazing? Usually, I find intestines or livers too gross to eat. It’s like #soft pudding that #slides down your throat, and it’s #savory with a #slight sea urchin roe smell. We haven’t even looked at the additional dishes because the sashimi is so good. These are whelks. These were all caught at sea too. Wow Eating the whelk with these seasoned vegetables would be amazing, right? Immediately puts his plan into action Totally content The ugly three guys(?) from before, The three fish that looked like hammers, we’re going to try eating them now. Sculpin Sea raven Longhorn sculpin Let’s try the sculpin first. Oh, that’s interesting. It’s #chewy but it also tastes like a #softer sea bass and it feels like the #oil is exploding in your mouth? Every time you chew, you can taste the oils exploding in your mouth. Next is the sea raven. Just by sight alone, it looks pretty similar to the sculpin. It’s completely different. It’s more on the #savory side and the texture is like that #jelly you can get for dessert when you go to a buffet. The longhorn sculpin. This is #like the sailfin sandfish, but a cleaner taste. #This is my style and reminds me of the #fringed blenny. Its name doesn’t really suit it. The flavor is really good. They all looked pretty similar, with small tails and puffy cheeks. Looking like this? 4 ugly brothers… All three of them are so good, This one feels like #oils exploding in your mouth. This one is #savory but also feels like #jelly. This one has a #clean taste and it’s #chewy When you have triplets, they all grow up with different personalities. Like that, all of these have different flavors. Instinctively, my chopsticks reach out first for this longhorn sculpin, which I think is the tastiest. I like savory flavors. I want to eat some seasoned sashimi. So in here… Put a little sauce on top. Sashimi should always be enjoyed like this. You’re enjoying yourself, aren’t you.. And of course, we end our meal with a spicy stew. The heads left over from preparing the sashimi are all inside this spicy fish stew. Do you see this? Eggs are floating around inside. They’re all sailfin sandfish eggs. My eggs! I think it’s all done so I’m going to try it now. First, the broth! He’s lost in his broth. There’s nothing special about the seasoning. But the fish itself is special. Because the heads are so big, there’s so much meat left in the heads. Cheek meat. You really have to eat this part. The texture is so great. When you eat sailfin sandfish sashimi, there are so many sailfin sandfish eggs (in this stew). The way they burst is such a delicacy to enjoy. You saw the heads they had cut up on the side, right? They have so much meat in them. I’m already two bowls of rice down eating these. In Seoul, we always eat flatfish, rockfish, red sea bream, and trout. It’s always the same. But now that we’re in Gangwon Province, sea ravens and longhorn sculpins, we’re eating things we’d never even heard of before. Because they’re fish caught straight from the ocean, the type of fish you get changes every season. You eat something different in the summer and then in the winter and then something else in the fall. Tip 1: I recommend coming 4 times a year! For spring, summer, fall, and winter. Tip 2: The longhorn sculpin is a must-eat! It’s really that good.

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