Everyone was not ready when Korean Culture was introduced into the world of Pop Culture. It created millions of fans ranging from entertainment, fashion brands, and ultimately food vloggers. Korean food offers a fresh and new experiences in travel and tourism. These blog is a long list of delectable delicacies and drool inducing food images. Omo Jjang! You might crave for Korean Food!
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Fresh, yummy, and delectable Kimbap! Look at these foodporn!
A Korean tea preparation must be done with calm and ease.
The Venerable Hyo Dang's work in revitalizing Korea's tea industry was succeeded by the
great tea master, Chae Won Hwa, a female tea master who studied under Hyo Dang for over ten years, and today
continues to promote the Way of Tea to graduate students in tea culture at the Panyaro Institute for the Way of Tea
in Seoul, South Korea.
Your visit to South Korea wouldn't be complete if you will not try their famous Street foods. As a recommendation, you must try their Korean Hotdogs also known as Korean corn dogs. Hot dogs are coated in batter and are deep-fried. Yummy! So when you visit Korea, don't let the chance slide and look for a Korean street food stall to have some Korean hot dogs!
Have you tried any of these Korean foods? If not, I know a place where you can find lots of Korean street foods. Visit Namdaemun Market, the largest traditional market in Seoul, South Korea. It is a perfect place if you want to try different kinds of Korean street foods. From morning till night, you sure have a lot of food to choose from.
Haejang-guk or hangover soup refers to all kinds of guk or soup eaten as a hangover cure in Korean cuisine. It means "soup to chase a hangover" and is also called sulguk. It usually consists of dried Napa cabbage, vegetables and meat in a hearty beef broth.
Korean Purple Rice usually refers to Korean rice that is cooked with black rice (aka forbidden rice) with white rice which then results in a purple color overall and thus called “purple rice” by many. Besides giving the rice this beautiful purple hue, black rice adds an extra nutty flavor and has great health benefits.