Maejapgwa

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Maejapgwa

Maejakgwa and jeonggwa

Korean name

Hangul
매작과 or 타래과

Hanja
梅雀果 or 他來菓

Revised Romanization
maejakgwa or taraegwa

McCune–Reischauer
maechakkwa or t’araekwa

Maejakgwa (Korean: 매작과) or tareagwa is a variety of hahngwa, or Korean traditional confection, consisting of wheat flour, vegetable oil, cinnamon, ginger juice, jocheong, and pine nuts. It is also categorized as a form of yumilgwa.
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Brief information about maejakgwa and recipe (in Korean)
Brief information about maejakgwa and recipe (in Korean)
Brief information about maejakgwa and recipe (in Korean)
Information about maejakgwa and recipe (in Korean)
maejakgwa photo (in Korean)

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