This is the namul that has always been on the bibimbap my mother makes since I was a child. Its spicy, sweet, and sour taste is perfect as a side dish as well! I always have it ready when we are having yakiniku (Korean barbecue).
It's easy to shred the daikon radish if you use a vegetable slicer. This recipe eliminates the need to marinate the daikon radish with salt, and allows you to directly season it with the seasonings, so it's very simple. It's a must-have topping in a bibimbap! If you don't like spicy food, omit the red chili pepper! Add shredded carrot for color.