Korean Beef Stew is a sweet, savoury and spicy stew of beef ribs in soy sauce and sesame oil broth base usually served with freshly steamed rice.
Way back when I was still working in Philippines there was this massive food court just on the ground floor of my workplace, and since it’s near we usually take our lunch in there. In that food court there was this restaurant called House of Kimchi (not sure if it’s still there though) and if we choose that as our dining restaurant on that day definitely I will order this dish called Korean Beef Stew. I like the flavour of this dish and tried to imitate it always at home which I can say I got the taste correctly like how that restaurant did it and I never asked for the recipe until now.
House of Kimchi is a Korean themed restaurant but I am not totally sure that this dish is, as stews (jjigae as they call it) in Korea usually are hot and this one from the mentioned restaurant is sweet, I am guessing it might be re-engineered to suit the Filipino taste. The original one might be the same just with chillies. Anyways regardless of its origin I love this dish and to make it same as the Korean counterpart or what they call jjigae we will add some cayenne pepper to make it hot!