Rice, kkakdugi, eggs, broccoli, chives, oil and oyster sauce. Please prepare the broccoli. Boil some water, please. Place broccoli in boiling water. I’m going to blanch it a little bit. I blanched it over. The green is pretty. well-cooked broccoli Wash blanched broccoli in cold water. Slice the broccoli into small pieces. Broccoli ready I washed the chives clean. clean leek I’ll chop the radish kimchi. Kkakdugi ready Please break the egg. Stir well, please. I’ll chop the chives. I added chives. Mix, please. a bit of salt Stir, please. Turn up the heat, please. I’ll use avocado oil. Grease the pan. Make sure the oil is evenly spilt. When the pan gets warm Pour in the eggs, please. It’s more nutritious with sliced chives. Stir well into a soft scrambled egg. well-cooked scrambled eggs Eggs ready rice preparation greased Add chopped kkakdugi. Stir-fry, please. Stir-fry it. Broccoli, please. Stir-fry, please. I’ll put in some rice Put rice in, please. Stir-fry, please. Season with oyster sauce, please. Please put in some seaweed flakes, please. Add the eggs, please. Please make sure to press down on the rice. I’ll put it in a bowl. Isn’t it cool? Sesame seeded finish Radish kimchi fried rice is complete. It looks delicious. Side dish is also kimchi. I’m going to eat the tteokbokki from the fridge. Ready to eat tteokbokki together Thank you for the meal. I like the texture of radish kimchi. Take a bite of the kimchi. Fried rice goes well with kimchi. Take a bite of kkakdugi fried rice with radish kimchi. Have a bite of the rice cake. Take a bite with the tteokbokki sauce. Take a bite of the tteokbokki soup. I really enjoyed the meal. I finished a bowl of rice in no time.