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19 Gwangjang Market image 15056 Mar 26, 2012 11:15
Of all the attractions found in Seoul, perhaps none offer a more authentic cultural experience than the city’s myriad markets. And of those, perhaps none offer the quintessential Seoul experien...  
18 Korean Cuisine│Patjuk (팥죽) imagefile 15208 Dec 16, 2011 15:43
In Korean cuisine, red bean soup is called patjuk (팥죽), and is commonly eaten during the winter season. On Dongjinal, a Korean traditional holiday which falls on December 22, Korean people eat Do...  
17 Korean dessert: red bean steamed rice cake imagefile 15827 Dec 02, 2016 17:00
Red bean steamed rice cake, or pat sirutteok (팥시루떡), is one of the most familiar varieties of rice cake in Korea, and people can enjoy them at birthday parties, including a baby’s first birthday, ...  
16 Spring greens to brighten your plate imagefile 15838 Apr 02, 2014 10:33
The scent of spring is in the air. Life is slowly coming out of its long hibernation and it's ready to wake up and stretch, welcoming the new season. As spring springs into action, people tend ...  
15 Going vegetarian in Korea imagefile 16669 Oct 16, 2012 08:24
Korean food is swiftly gaining a reputation around the world, from its exotic seafood dishes and fermented vegetables to its grilled meats and hearty stews. But for a significant number of foreign foo...  
14 Traditional Teas and Korean Dessert Cafés in Seoul image 17163 Mar 07, 2012 11:08
Turn down a narrow alley in certain neighborhoods in Seoul, and you are likely to find unique and charming cafés selling traditional teas and snacks. There are many such cafés in Insa-dong, Samch...  
13 Korean Cuisine │ Naengmyeon imagefile 17498 Jul 02, 2011 10:30
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Naengmyeon served at Pyongyang's famous Okryu Restaurant Naengmyeon (hangul: 냉면, naeng-myeon, naengmyun, naeng-myun, meaning "cold noodles"...  
12 K-snack to whet global appetite image 18195 Apr 09, 2014 17:16
K-snack to whet global appetite Jeong Wol-seon, owner of a fried tteokbokgi shop in Tongin Market near Gyeongbok Palace, talks to her customers while frying up the most popular item in the s...  
11 Korean desserts imagefile 19390 Mar 17, 2014 12:54
Desserts A tray of tea and cookies or Hangwa is called dagwasang, and it is normally presented at the end of a meal. It can also be served as a treat for guests or as a snack. The teas and cookies ...  
10 FAO recognizes traditional agricultural methods image 20057 Apr 29, 2014 15:13
Traditional farming methods from two Korean islands have received international recognition. Earlier this April, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) included the terraced rice paddies o...  
9 Korean Food Alleys: Escape into Pimatgol image 21132 Feb 09, 2012 11:44
Korean Food Alleys: Escape into Pimatgol The bustle of downtown Seoul can be overwhelming at times, leaving one feeling trampled. That’s why there are alleys of refuge such as Pimatgol. Meaning “Horse...  
8 Traditional alcohol catches worldwide attention image 21223 Apr 16, 2014 17:54
Traditional alcoholic beverages have recently been put under the spotlight at a world drinks fair. At the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, Tamiangs, a traditional Korean spirit, obtained a d...  
7 Korean Snack │Pajeon (파전) imagefile 21352 May 20, 2011 13:44
Pajeon is a variety of jeon with green onions as its prominent ingredient. Pa literally means green onion in Korean. It is a pancake-like Korean dish made from a batter of eggs, ...  
6 Korean Food │Super Seaweed image 22355 Apr 25, 2011 11:29
First of all, I’d like to know why it’s seaweed. Lettuce, cabbage, broccoli, arugula, celery, spinach, etc.; they’re all edible plants that grow on land and we call them vegetables. So why is it whe...  
5 Korean Snack │Teokbokki (떡볶이) imagefile 23266 Apr 22, 2011 11:11
Tteokbokki, also known as Ddeokbokki, is a popular Korean snack food which is commonly purchased from street vendors or Pojangmacha. Originally it was called tteok jjim (떡찜), and wa...  
4 Korean Snack │Ramyeon imagefile 24358 Jun 02, 2011 15:04
When you’re a Korean kid, the first thing you learn how to cook is ramyeon (라면), the instant noodles with soup. You put a pot of water on the stove, let it boil, add the ingredients in the ...  
3 Evolution of the snack image 25849 Apr 18, 2014 16:49
It has been a few years now since we've been able to see overseas tourists heading home with big bags of snacks, filling their suitcases with refreshments at the wholesale markets or supermarkets across ce...  
2 Food Alleys: Gwanghui-dong Little Russia imagefile 25886 Feb 19, 2013 17:17
Nestled between the skyscrapers of Dongdaemun is the small, unassuming neighbourhood of Gwanghui-dong. At first its narrow alleys may seem uninviting, but those intrepid enough will find some of Seoul’s mo...  
1 Kimchi and Koreans image 28490 Jun 22, 2011 10:37
Kimchi, the center of Korean food culture In Korean food culture, no other food has the importance that kimchi has. For instance, a meal without kimchi is unthinkable, and even if such a thing exi...  

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