Jeok(in [[Hangul]]:적, in [[Hanja]]:炙) is a kind of [[Korean cuisine|Korean]] [[grilled]] [[meat]] like [[kebab]] served with [[skewer]]s.ref[[Korean people|Koreans]] have created this dish since long ago. The first mention of jeok was listed on the [[Text (literary theory)|]]. It was said that on the special occasions, Koreans will serve the Chinese [[nobility]] with jeok. Therefore, jeok developed into court cuisine dishes such as [[neobiani]].ref Ordinary people also enjoyed it and create other grilled dishes without skewers such as [[bulgogi]] and [[galbi]]. Today, jeok is arranged on skewers with the variety of meats, vegetables, and mushrooms and usually served in the special occasions such as 60th [[birthday]] ([[hwangap]]) and wedding ceremonies. The varieties of jeok include [[sanjeok]] and [[nureumjijeok]].