Dice-up a piece of spring onion stalk into small pieces.
Use a few paper towels and wrap the tofu block. The paper towels will soak up the extra water. You can gently press on the tofu to get the water out! Note: There's no need to squeeze out all the water - it's an endless task!
Cut the tofu block into bite-sized pieces (as shown in the video)
Make braising sauce by mixing: Soy Sauce (2 Tablespoons), Oyster Sauce (2 Tablespoons), Minced Garlic (½ Tablespoon), Honey (2 Tablespoons), Gochugaru (1 Tablespoon), Sesame Oil (1 Tablespoon), Water (⅓ cup) and Sesame Seeds (few shakes).
Place some vegetable oil into a frying pan. Place on medium heat. Once its hot, carefully add in the tofu pieces. Let it fry on one-side until it gets a light golden color (~5 minutes). Then carefully flip each of the tofu pieces and let it fry for another 3-4 minutes.
Once both sides have light golden crisp to them, add in the braising sauce.
Add the chopped spring onion pieces over the tofu. Cover the pan with a lid - and let the sauce reduce until it turns sticky (~2 minutes). Keep an eye on it, and once the sauce turns slightly sticky, turn off the heat.
Serve with a bowl of hot rice!