Bulgogi vs. Bibimbap: What's the Difference?
Bulgogi and Bibimbap Definitions
A Korean dish made from sliced beef that has been marinated in soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, sugar, and other ingredients and grilled, usually eaten by wrapping the meat and accompanying condiments with lettuce leaves into bite-sized morsels.
A Korean dish of rice topped by cooked, seasoned vegetables such as spinach, carrots, and mushrooms, and often red pepper paste, sliced beef or other meat, and a raw or fried egg. The ingredients are mixed together by the diner before eating, often in a hot stone bowl.
A Korean dish of shredded (usually marinated) beef with vegetables.
A Korean dish of white rice topped with vegetables, beef, a whole egg, and gochujang (chili pepper paste).
(by extension) Any of various Korean dishes of grilled meat in this style.
The meat in these dishes, traditionally grilled at the table.