Plate Bulgogi, Grilled Fish or Tteokbokki!
[Nothyang] Rectangular Yugi Plate
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Nothyang was distinguished as the #1 Top Winner in "2020 Korea Best Brands" for Yugi Brassware.
This is Nothyang's Signature Korean Rectangular Yugi Plate.
The Rectangular Yugi Plate is perfect for plating grilled fish, strips of Korean BBQ or even Bossam (boiled porks wraps). Perhaps even a few scoops of Tteokbokki & sliced Kimbap.
Place it at the middle of your table and ta-da ... the highlight of the night!
The corners of this yugi plate are smoothed and the sides are slanted upwards for a minimal yet modern feel.
What separates Korean Yugi (also known as Bangjja) from other brozenware is the alloy ratio between copper and tin. Yugi uses an exact ratio of 78% copper and 22% tin. This 22% ratio of tin is much higher than other brozenware, which is typically at a 1/9 ratio.
Because of this difference, Yugi bowls and plates have a beautiful, natural golden sheen that gets brighter over time (usage) - as well as self-sterilizing properties!
Yugi kills and prevents viruses, bacteria and microorganisms from growing on its surface. This is why Yugi was used to serve the Korean Royal Family and Court during the older days.
In recent years, Yugi has made a huge comeback in the modern Korean kitchen. It's back in vogue ... and become a popular gift for both newlyweds and solo-livers.
If you've started with a 1-Person Yugi Set, consider adding this signature rectangular piece to your collection!
- Modern yet simple, Rectangular Yugi Plate
- Nothyang was awarded the Top Winner in "2020 Korea Best Brands" for Yugi Brassware
- Nothyang's Yugi products was featured on Netflix K-dramas like Itaewon Class (2020) & Her Private Life (2020)
- This is an unforgettable gift for newlyweds, housewarming gifts or for yourself!
- Made in Korea by artisans (not factory made!) | Yugi brassware will last a lifetime
Nothyang was selected #1 Top Winner in "2020 Korea Best Brands" for Yugi Brassware
Nothyang uses the most premium grade copper available in Korea
Korean Yugi is made by hammering a precise mix of exactly 78% Copper and 22% Tin
Yugi has self-sterilizing properties - it kills bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms.
It also retains temperatures well - plate hot foods and the dishes will stay hot.
Scoop-on cold foods, and the plates will stay cold!
Nothyang Rectangular Plate
Dimension: 13cm x 24cm
Composition: 78% Copper & 22% Tin
Made in Korea
1. Each piece is handmade - not identical
Nothyang makes their Yugi piece by hand (i.e. not bulk made in large-scale factories).
As a result, there may be subtle differences in size and look (i.e. minor scratches/blemishes/stains).
Note: These minor imperfections do not qualify as "damaged' item.
2. DOn't use stainless steel scrubbers/wool
Instead, use the regular 3M Dishwashing Sponges (use the dark-green, coarse side)
3. SOAK IN VINEGAR BEFORE FIRST USE!
Before first use, soak the Yugi ware in lukewarm water - with a touch of vinegar.
How much? Use a ratio of 2 Cups Water to 1 Tablespoon Vinegar.
Soak for 30 mins - 1 hour (not any longer - set a timer).
Then rinse it off again with soap & water. Then dry-off thoroughly with a towel.
FAQ ABOUT YUGI
A: After 2-3 months of regular usage, the Yugi dishes will shine even brighter - you'll see it natural golden sheen (assuming you're taken care of the yugi properly.)
A: Yes, you may smell a slight metallic - or some call it a "fishy" - smell from the Yugi.
This is actually the smell of copper! (It's normal - and part of the break-in process)
To remove the smell, do the following steps:
1. Soak the Yugi in a mixture of hot water & vinegar (ratio mentioned above) for 10 minutes.
2. Then scrub it down with soap & dish sponge, followed by a rinse under hot running water.
3. Place it back into the water & vinegar for additional 10 minutes.
4. Then scrub it down again with soap & dish sponge, followed by a rinse under hot running water.
5. Dry off completely!
This should remove the smell. But if you still smell a faint smell, don't worry...
... after a few weeks of regular usage and washing, it should disappear!
A: No, Yugi is for plating/serving only (not for cooking). Do not place over any stovetop (coil, induction, gas, etc).
A: After washing the Yugi dishes, wipe the Yugi down completely DRY with a towel (there should be no wet spots on the Yugi).
To remove the stain, use the back side of a dry 3M Dishwasher Sponge (use the coarse, dark green side).
Again, make sure the 3M sponge is dry - it doesn't work if its wet.
Rub the back side of the dry sponge on the stain. You'll see the stain come off as a fine black powder. Give it a quick rinse with water and soap.
Then dry it off completely with a kitchen towel. The stain should be gone now.
Soak it in a mixture of baking soda & vinegar - for 30 minutes. Afterwards, wash it off with soap and scrub-off any remaining stains with the backside of a 3M kitchen sponge. Then rinse it off again and dry it off completely with a kitchen towel!
Note: If baking soda & vinegar isn't working. I would recommend using Tomato Juice (yes, it works!). Fill a large pot (or other large container) with equal parts tomato juice & water (1:1 ratio). Soak the yugi in this tomato mixture for 30 minutes. Afterwards, wash it off with water and soap. Then scrub-off any remaining stains with the backside of a 3M kitchen sponge. Then rinse it off again and dry it off completely with a kitchen towel!
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About The Brand
Nothyang was selected #1 Top Winner in 2020 Korea Best Brands for Yugi Brassware. Their yugi products are made 100% in Korea with exceptional craftsmanship - building on decades of experience and history. Nothyang's products are sold in premium shops and even featured on hit Korean Netflix/TV series like Itaewon Class, Her Private Life and 1 Night & 2 days.