The Korean-Chinese fusion dish tangsuyuk is both a visually-attractive and tasty dish that is sure to excite food aesthetes. Tangsuyuk, translated as sweet and sour pork. The pork is first deep fried (twice, as with many Korean fried chicken dishes), with the thickened sweet and sour sauce poured over the fried goodness. The vegetables in this Korean food are a permanent fixture that gives it a dash of something healthy, with nice color accents.
Historically, the port city of Incheon played host to many Chinese immigrants and is credited as the birthplace of this dish.
It is usually paired with jjampong (Korean spicy seafood noodle soup) or jajangmyeon (Korean black bean noodles). That is, if the tasty tangsuyuk is not enough for you.