Ariul's carefully selected Korean tongue soles are semi-dried, rapidly cooled, and vacuum packed. Due to the recent air condition with heavy fine dust, the fishes are not dried with sea breeze but hygienic drying machines managed by the HACCP system. This drying method is specifically designed to preserve tongue soles' freshness and flavor. The tongue sole is a perfect dish to regain the lost appetite caused by recent fine dust.
Tongue soles are sea fish that belongs to the family Cynoglossidae in order Pleuronectiformes. They inhabit mudflat and sand. The fishes are abundant in minerals and their flavor is soft and light without the fishy smell.
"People are suffering from the rise in prices, so we built various offers to lessen their burden," Geum-ok Park, the president of Ariul Fish LLC said. "We hope the customers enjoy our fishes and be joyful."
Ariul Fish's semi-dried tongue soles gain attention from people when they were introduced in a famous TV show, Soomi's Side Dishes, in which Kim Soo-mi demonstrated a super simple pan-fried tongue sole by grilling the fish on the pan lightly oiled with olive oil.