Oh Hee-suk’s traditional Bugak was carefully crafted with the secret of recipe that has been passed down from generation to generation in the Papyeong Yun family. The crispness of bugak varies depending on the concentration of glutinous rice paste, how it is applied, and how well it is dried. Thanks to the master's touch, Oh Hee-suk's traditional bugak is made with glutinous rice paste that is applied very evenly and thinly, and dried properly without interfering with the taste of the original ingredients.
Use of fresh domestic ingredients
The most important thing in determining the taste of Bugak is the taste of fresh ingredients. Oh Hee-suk Traditional Bugak is constantly trying to find the most suitable variety of raw materials for relief, We are supplied with fresh seasonal agricultural products through contract cultivation with domestic farmers. The savory taste is doubled by using high-quality domestic agricultural products.
Embossing with minimal residual oil
Snacks fried in oil tend to go rancid quickly if there is a lot of residual oil. Oh Hee-suk Traditional Bugak goes through its own deoiling system once more after frying to minimize the deterioration of these products. As a result, there is very little residual oil left in the product, and even when you hold it by hand, there is almost no oil left, so you can enjoy crispy slices for a long time.