My family eats... A LOT. That table full of food was for three people - mama, papa, and me. We generally like to eat a lot of Korean dishes made with vegetables because they're on the lighter side. BUT we do eat a lot of food. Keep scrolling down to see recipes for some of the dishes!
My apologies for such vague instructions. Koreans cook with a dash of this and a sprinkle of that.
Super Ssimple Sssoy Ssssaucy Zucchini
Cut zucchini into ~1cm thick slice. Lightly pan fry them with a bit of coconut oil. Top off with soy sauce - red pepper flakes, green onions, sesame seed oil, soy sauce, sesame seeds.
Korean Popeye's Spinach
Lightly cook (~30 seconds) spinach in boiling water ...I believe it's called scalding? Cool it down in cold running water and squeeze the water out of the spinach with your hands. Toss it around in the red saucy stuff (tangy and spicy) - 2 tbsp of red pepper paste (an substitute with soy sauce if you're not into spicy stuff), 1 tsp of honey/sugar, 1 tsp of vinegar, sesame seeds, splash of sesame seed oil.
Moooo = radish (무)
Get a cheese grater and grate some radish (Asian radish!!! The gigantic white/greeny ones). Cook the radish in a pot (no need to put in water) at medium-high heat with the lid on until the radish becomes a bit clear (about 5 minutes). Add a bit of salt, pepper, green onions, and sesame seeds. BAM!