Haejangguk served in a ttukbaegi
Korean name
Hangul 뚝배기
Hanja none
Revised Romanization ttukbaegi
McCune–Reischauer ttukbaegi

A ttukbaegi is Korean unglazed earthenware pot.[1] used to cook or serve jjigae (stew), guk (soup), or other boiled dishes in Korean cuisine.[2] Made from coarse sand-mud.

See also


  1. Cheong-Soo Suh (2006). An encyclopaedia of Korean culture. Hansebon / University of California. p. 41. ISBN 89-951352-4-7.
  2. "Ttukbaegi (뚝배기)" (in Korean). Global World Encyclopedia.

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