Chinese-Korean food is a fusion between ethnic Chinese and Korean food. The cuisine developed in the city of Incheon, as most ethnic Chinese population of Korea lived. Chinese restaurants in Korea started to pop up and were mostly owned by Koreans rather than Chinese due to the discrimination towards Chinese citizens due to political issues in the 19th century.
Chinese-Korean food is one of the top ordered delivery foods in Korea. Excitingly enough, there are a variety of dishes you can choose from but there are three main dishes that you will always see in every Korean-Chinese restaurant: jajangmyeon, jjamppong, and tangsuyuk.