The word “just desserts” has been used by Korean food critics to describe dessert that doesn’t have a single ingredient that’s part of a meal.
While that’s a common complaint among people who don’t eat Korean food, the phrase is also often used to describe a dessert that’s not a part of the meal.
The Korean word for “just” dessert is yangbokso.
It’s a term used to distinguish dessert that has not been added to a meal, as opposed to desserts that have been added on top of a food.
The word “jaeju” is another Korean word that’s been used to denote a dessert.
It refers to dessert that was added to the food, usually after a meal or at the end of a long dining session.