Hweh is a Korean dish made from thinly sliced raw fish. It is served fresh on a platter along with many other side dishes to balance out the delicacy and texture of this meal. Unlike the Japanese sashimi, the fish is usually dipped in sweet & spicy chojang sauce and then wrapped in ssam (vegetable leaf wrap), usually with kketnip (sesame leaves). To see a visual illustration, click here. Other seafood such as octopus and squid can also be found on the platter to compliment this dish.
Fact: Soju is widely known to be consumed while eating hweh.