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Kimbap is a Korean dish that has become popular and widely loved around the globe. In Vietnam, kimbap is so familiar that trolley snack bars sell this dish as well. In particular, kimbap is favored by students – students, office workers because it ensures 3 criteria of deliciousness – cheapness – fullness. The “national” dish...
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There is something Koreans often say in winter. “Let’s go have a bowl of hot soup(Gukbap, in Korean)!” Gukbap is a general noun that means a bowl of hot soup served in a strong black bowl called Ttukbaegi in Korean. There are 2 ways of eating Gukbap; Eating rice and soup separately(one bite of rice,...
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Have you ever hear of the area named “Ikseondong” in Seoul? Ikseondong has been really popular among young Koreans for several years now. That place is known for a “newtro” area, where old Korean-style buildings and modern buildings co-exist. “Newtro” means a popular trend that has been sweeping throughout South Korea, specified by a reinterpretation...
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Tourists who come to Korea may want to try Korean traditional food during their trip, but what if they get tired of Korean food? If you are a foreigner who came to Korea and got tired of rice and spicy food(lol), or if your friend who visited you in Korea got tired of Korean food,...
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Anyone who has ever traveled or planned to visit Korea may have heard of the “Lotte World” or the “Lotte World Tower”, an extremely tall shopping mall complex. The area these places are located is called “Jamsil” in Korean, and since there is a baseball stadium in that area, this Jamsil area might be quite...
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Wikipedia defines my favorite Korean food Gimbap as “Gimbap (김밥) is a Korean dish made from cooked rice and other ingredients that are rolled in gim (김)—dried sheets of nori seaweed—and served in bite-sized slices. The dish is often part of a packed meal(도시락) to be eaten at picnics and outdoor events and can serve...
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Jeoneo (Konosirus punctatus) is native to the Pacific waters around Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. It’s a near relative of the sardine and the herring, with the same agility and gleaming silver skin. Break down the name jeoneo into its Chinese character roots, and you get jeon (전), which means “money,” and eo (어),...
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