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Banchan (aka Endless appetizers)

Banchan is a unique part of the Korean dining experience. Banchan are essentially small side dishes of food that accompany the main component of the meal. 497 more words

Funny Korean Customs

Table Settings (aka neverending dishes)

How many dishes can you fit on a table? If it were a competition, I would suggest not to battle a server from a Korean restaurant. 263 more words

Funny Korean Customs

Kimchi (aka the pillar of Korean cuisine)

My first blog post profiles kimchi. Kimchi earns it because it is *that* important.

But as an NK (non-Korean) you must learn to throw your kimchi references around with finesse, otherwise your lack of Korean Kred will be apparent. 520 more words

Funny Korean Customs

Korean Army Base Noodles, JjiGae부대 찌개, BuDae JjiGae

Army base soup, budae jjigae was created during the Korean War, when the Koreans had very little to eatthen. People made this dish by combining leftover Spam and hot dogs from U.S. 381 more words

Home Cook Food For Busy People

Seoul Food - South Korea

South Korea was never on my trava-radar: high tech, amazing infrastructure, easy access, omnipresent wifi… Why should I visit? Apart from mainstream history, culture and wild Korean tv drama, I was clueless, and a loser (literally too) for purposely steering clear of Korean cuisine. 754 more words

Asia

Korean Egg Bread

Despite being sick today with runny nose and slight cough, I still had the desire to try making this egg bread known in Korea as Gyeran-Bbang. 350 more words

Baking

Busan-Gyeongju Photo Diary (South Korea)

The month of August for the Chinese is cursed as it is considered the “Ghost Month“. The gates of hell, they say, are open and spirits can roam around freely here on earth. 1,025 more words

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