Category: For Foodies

Dak Galbi : Chuncheon proud Korean dish specialty

Have you ever tasted the famous Korean Dak galbi (marinated chicken) grilled over hot coals? If not then you missed something. Before : some explanation The word “galbi” mean steak but can also mean marinated meat grilled. The So (beef) galbi and Dwaeji ( pork) […]

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Korea’s surprising dessert : a whole new world!

I don’t know about you guys, but Koreans are not fond of sweet things. They rather enjoy drinks like coffee, hot chocolate or cold drinks like smoothies and other similar stuff. That’s such a shame because Korea burst with delicious desserts. Hopefully, when you read […]

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Korean Food

Recently, Korean food is becoming more popular in Western countries. The Korean cuisine has evolved through Korean history: some traditional food comes from the Mongol invasion (1231-1259); with the opening of the country (the 1860s), western food, new ingredients and dishes were introduced. For example, the budae […]

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Korean Tea: A Wide Range of Taste and Colors

Korean tea origines The Korean tea history goes back 2,000 years and it is playing a huge part in Korean’s traditional culture. Tea have been introduced in Korea under the reign of Queen Seondeok (632 – 647) during Silla dynasty. We used to say that […]

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Korean packed lunch boxes ~ Dosirak (‪도시락‬)

Dosirak (‪도시락‬) means Korean packed lunch boxes, usually made with seaweed, kimchi, sausage, gochujang, egg and rice.   Actually ‪‎this‬ is a traditional culture in ‪‎Korea‬. At the older generation, Korean parents prepare Dosirak for their children as they go to school. Children put their Dosirak […]

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Fruit flavored Soju – Korea’s new craze

Did you hear about the last craze in Korea‬? This time it’s not about a bag of honey-flavored chips, but a bottle of soju! As you may know, alcohol is an important part of Korean culture and their most popular one is Soju‬. Soju was […]

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