Ssamjang is a spicy Korean condiment made from doenjang (soybean paste), gochujang (hot pepper paste), green onion, garlic, sesame, and honey (or brown sugar). It is often served with lettuce wraps (ssamjang literally translates to wrapping sauce).
I enjoy making Ssamjang fresh (it usually keeps in the refrigerator for up to 10 days), but you can also buy it packaged in many Asian food markets. Generally, doenjang comes in a brown container, gochujang in red, and ssamjang in green. It may also be labelled as Korean seasoned soybean paste or 쌈장. More information on doenjang is available in my Mac Jeok post. I was able to find doenjang at my local Asian food market. More information on Gochujang is available in my Dakkochi post. I was able to find gochujang in the grocery store, but it is also available at many Asian food markets. In the above photo, the doenjang container is on the left and gochujang on the right.