Everytime I order korean stews from someplace, I get something full of tofu and vegetables. The menu clearly states slices of beef or pork. what I usually end up with are meat portions similiar to the amt of "pork" from a campbells pork n beans can.
Also how come Japanese ramen dishes in the city usually only have 2 slices of pork, 3 if your lucky. Is there a place where I can find meatier ramen. i don;t want to pay an additional 1.50 for a slice of porkbelly. porkbelly is fairly cheap meat. Is that how it is eaten in japan, with small amount of meat?
This is the reason why I prefer chinese/vietnamese or thai noodle soups, but sometimes i want something in a different flavor.