Korean side dishes

I'm making the Korean short ribs from the recipe posted a few days ago...now i'm at a loss for side dishes to go with Korean ribs. I think i'll make spicy & saucy rice cakes but if i could have a vegetable as well that would help. without resorting to kimchi can anyone give me a good korean veggie side dish?

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sexyLAMBCHOPx July 16, 2015
Spicy cucumber salad, gimbap, Edamame, quick pickled vegetables like carrots and radishes, soy sauteed mushrooms or zucchini strands.
 
PieceOfLayerCake July 16, 2015
Well, kimchi is absolutely obligatory in a Korean household, at every meal. There are dozens of kinds that can be quite unique and good, fresh varieties can be found at specialty and Asian markets. Other than that, I second your idea of tteokbokki....some of my favorite Korean banchan are jeon (veggie and seafood pancakes), stirfried shishito peppers, stirred glass noodles (japchae), steamed eggplant in sauce (Gaji-namul), mapa tofu, and soybean sprouts with sesame (Kongnamul-muchim).
 
Tony S. July 16, 2015
When I make bulgogi, I usually serve it with the following side dishes- fresh cucumber kimchi, mirin glazed mushrooms, sauteed spinach. You can find the side dishes (banchan) within this recipe I posted.

https://food52.com/recipes/31031-pork-steak-bulgogi-with-cucumber-kimchi
 
colorfell July 16, 2015
Hi Daniel, try any of these: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BCFD2E7E429DBDB
 
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