|Place of origin||Korea|
|Associated cuisine||Korean cuisine|
|Similar dishes||Guk, jjigae, jeongol|
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Jijimi (지짐이) is a type of Korean stew made by boiling meat, fish or vegetables. It is thicker than guk, but thinner than jjigae. Joseon mussang sinsik yori jebeop, the first color-printed Korean cookbook published in 1924, states that "Jijimi tastes better than guk, and jjigae tastes better than jijimi, being smaller in quantity and savorier."