How to Make Dakkochi Sauce - Spicy Gochujang Sauce
Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl. Mix them well. Set it aside until needed.
How to Make Dakkochi Sauce - Sweet Soy Sauce
-Combine the soy sauce, honey, ginger and garlic in a sauce pan and boil it over medium low heat until it starts lightly bubbling. In the mean time, combine the water and cornstarch in a small bowl and whisk it well.-When the sauce in the sauce pan starts bubbling, pour over the cornstarch mixture. Whisk them well until the sauce is well blended and thickens. (Do not over-thicken as it will be difficult to spread over the chicken later. The sauce should be still slightly runny.)-Remove from the heat and set it aside until needed.
How to Make Korean Chicken Skewers
Immerse the skewers in some water (if using wooden skewers) for about 30 mins.
Place the chopped chicken pieces into a mixing bowl. Add the rice wine, some salt and pepper. Mix them well. Set it aside while other ingredients are being prepared (about 5 mins).
Remove your bamboo skewers from the water (from step 1) and gently wipe them with kitchen paper. Put through chicken and green onion pieces onto a skewer in alternating order. Make sure all the meat and green onions are tightly packed. It should give you 12 skewers based on mid length skewers (25cm / 9.8 inch).
-Spray some cooking oil over your choice of cooking element (e.g. grill / skillet / sheet pan). Place the chicken skewers on a grill / skillet or under broiler and cook them over medium high heat. About 3 mins later turn the skewers around and start brushing your choice of sauce onto the chicken and green onions.-In about 2 mins, reduce the heat to medium and turn the skewer over again and brush the sauce. Reduce the heat to low.-From here onward, continue to turn the skewers and brush the sauce on the skewers until the chicken is fully cooked and charred to your taste. Serve immediately.