I made my favorite gook for dinner tonight. I pour it over a bowl of rice with some kimchi on the side and I have a complete meal - no banchan needed. There are no bean sprouts in this picture because my crappy local market doesn't carry them. They really make the gook more shee-won-heh though.
1/2 pd beef (I use galbi sal, but you can also use unmarinated galbi with the bone in, or stew beef)
1 tb sesame oil
4 tb gook ganjang (soup soy sauce)
1 tb gochugaru (chili pepper flakes)
6 cups water
2 cups moo (daikon or radish)
1 tb minced garlic
3 stalks green onions
1 cup bean sprouts
salt and more gook ganjang to taste
Chop onion and moo into 1 inch squares. Slice jalapeno. Set aside. Cut beef into bite size pieces. Heat sesame oil in pot. Saute beef for a minute or so until lightly browned. Add water, moo, onion, jalapeno, garlic, gochugaru, and soy sauce. Bring to boil. Add green onions and bean sprouts. Add salt to taste. Simmer for 15 more minutes.