The two most loved Korean-style Chinese dishes are jjajangmyeon, a noodle dish topped with a sauce made of thick black bean paste with diced meat and vegetables, and jjamppong, a spicy noodle soup with seafood and meat. Most Koreans dither between the two dishes before choosing one to order. Restaurants developed a solution, and here you see a dish of two smaller portions of both jjajangmyeon and jjamppong, given a new name of jjam-jja-myeon. When you try this, be careful not to mix them. Each of them tastes far better when eaten separately.