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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💡Tian Tian Tips
Prepare the hot pot base according to the instructions on the packet. Simply wait until your hotpot soup comes to a boil, and then your meal can begin!
As the soup bubbles away during the meal, it will reduce by quite a lot. When it has reduced to about half, just add more water and wait for it to boil before continuing with your meal. This is to ensure that the ingredients will be cooked through and safe to eat.