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The Coronavirus has been prevalent, but Koreans seem to enjoy their summer these days. Summer has come in Korea and a cool night breeze is calling people outside. “Manseon Hof”, located in Euljiro, which is now really famous for both Koreans and foreigners, has been so full of visitors that there was no room to...
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What kind of Korean dish comes to your mind first when you think of Korea? Tteokbokki? Korean BBQ? For those who might be interested in the Korean dishes, I’d like to share the records I ate! Grilled Spareribs Pork spareribs marinated in a soy sauce or red chili pepper paste mixture and grilled. 1711, Nambusunhwan-ro,...
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Today, following the last posting, I will introduce some delicious places in Korea that I actually visited. In fact, it’s not an introduction, but a report of what I actually ate lol. If you have ever wondered what Korean people usually eat or where we hang out with friends, my posting will help you to...
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South Korea is a country with four seasons, but global warming has made spring and fall shorter, summer hotter and winter colder. It’s only November now, but it’s already so cold for Koreans that we want to visit hot-soup(Gookbap in Korean) restaurants. Gookbap is Korean soup usually served in a black bowl called “Ddukbaegi”, and...
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Tourists who come to Korea often think about what to eat which is quite a hard job because of too many choices. For those who want to eat only the delicious foods during their short stay in Seoul, menu selection is a big concern. Korean cuisine is renowned for its spiciness. Among many spicy Korean...
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Food is often remembered by one key ingredient, be it the banana leaf that wraps the Southeast Asian dish nasi lemak (fragrant coconut rice) or the cherry blossoms hidden in a Japanese bento (lunch box). In summer, Buyeo-gun County in Chungcheongnam-do Province is filled with the scent of lotus leaves. Once the capital of the...
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Since cooking at Korean national parks is banned because flammable materials are prohibited there, visitors can instead preorder lunchboxes made with the culinary specialties of a region and pick them up at the parks. The Korea National Park Service (KNPS), an affiliate of the Ministry of Environment, on March 26 said the lunchboxes are offered...
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Sannakji (sliced raw octopus) is the exotic Korean food non-Koreans want to try most, according to a recent Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) survey. From Nov. 23-29, the KTO conducted a poll of 944 members of Facebook and Weibo posting in English, Japanese and Chinese on the exotic Korean food they want to try most. Releasing...
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Thousands of people in the South Korean capital on Friday (November 2) cooked up a 40-ton feast of traditional spicy cabbage known as kimchi, at a charity event for the city’s poor. Sporting red hats and pink gloves, more than 2,000 people gathered around long tables set up in Seoul City Hall Square to make...
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MICHELIN Guide Seoul has announced the new Bib Gourmand selection, ahead of the release of the MICHELIN Guide Seoul 2019 next week. In 2019, the Bib Gourmand restaurant has retained the rest of its restaurants, except for two of the 48 introduced in the 2018 edition, including 4 “The Plate” selections and 11 new restaurants,...
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