These situations are the most heart wrenching because you want to rescue your friend but getting involved doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be helping or putting an end to it and could end in you also being hurt. The best you can do is be there for your friend without trying to control her or her abusive ex. Be a friend and listen to her, when she asks for help, help. But I would give up on being a rescuer that steps in.
I manage anxiety and depression by going to a therapist, taking my prescribed meds, practicing cognitive behavioral therapy as well as dialectical behavioral therapy (both are fancy American therapy rip offs of Buddhist practices)
That’s such a hard question because I literally have not encountered a Korean food I don’t love. I’m a big jjigae person, stews are my jam. I also love oxtail soup, fried mackerel, any noodles hot or cold, I love hwe dup bap (Korean style sashimi over rice). The list is deep and varied