|Place of origin||South Korea|
|Associated national cuisine||Korean cuisine|
|Main ingredients||Chicken, scallions|
Dak (chicken) is the most popular type of kkochi (skewered food). Others include sausages, fish cakes, and short rib patties called tteok-galbi.
Dak (닭) means chicken, and kkochi (꼬치) means food on skewers or skewers themselves used for culinary purposes.
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