Korean-style hotpot is referred to as Jeongol (전골). It is also made by putting a variety of ingredients into a pot of boiling broth. A more well-known variety would be Budae Jjigae (부대찌개) A.K.A Korean Army Stew, a Korean fusion stew with American-style processed ingredients such as canned beans, sliced cheese and luncheon meat.
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Commonly known Japanese hotpots would be sukiyaki and shabu-shabu. Although both cuisines are based around thinly-sliced beef, they are cooked with completely different methods. Sukiyaki offers a rich flavour, seasoned with soy sauce and sugar, while shabu-shabu is fatty meat with a light flavour.