There goes your liquor.
Savory and Chewy!
It goes better with liquor than rice as a sub dish. Since 1970s, the citizens of Daegu have been enjoying Makchang, the 4th stomach of an ox (called Hongchang) fried over coal or charcoal and seasoned with special bean sauces. They also enjoy sliced raw garlic with them. Makchang was originally eaten by the citizens of Daegu only, but nowadays this food is popular and being enjoyed nationwide, especially since the days of IMF. It also contains higher amount of protein and calcium, making it awonderful source of nutrient for the children. Many makchang restaurants are enjoying booming popularity.