Welcome to the world of ‘mok-bang,’ where you can watch young Korean people eat their dinner. For hours.
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Korean food is, as its name implies, the traditional food of Koreans in Korea and abroad. The cuisine is varied, from the dishes of Korean royalty, to those prepared in the cities inside and Seoul, to port cities like Incheon and Busan. Korean food is also consumed in the Chinese northeast. Korean food is often spicy and seasoned with spices having certain legacies of Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine, with certain variations. The daily Korean diet is based on rice, vegetables, fish, seafood and dubu tofu in Korean). What is known as “Korean food” dishes are typically served as an accompanimentRead More
A list of the best Korean cookbooks available.
Kimchi chigae literally translates to “kimchi stew.” It is a fine distinction but it is often referred to as kimchee soup in English.
Starting off with a Korean classic, at least as far as the later 20th century. Nongshim Shin Noodle Ramyun is the best known and most common ramyun in Korea. It’s hot and spicy and quite versatile. We’ll explore some recipes in the future. Granted, these recipes fall into the “bachelor hangover special” variety.