If you’re visiting Seoul, you have to try the incredible Korean street food that’s available in traditional markets, from street stalls, and in modern food trucks. There are so many mouthwatering dishes waiting to be devoured, including tteokbokki, hotteok, dakgangjeong, eomuk, and much more. Once you taste street food in Seoul, you’ll want to eat it every day.
What are the best Korean side dishes that you must try when you eat a traditional meal in Korea? What are some delicious banchan you can make at home to impress your friends and family with your Korean cooking skills? Here are ten of the best Korean side dishes to try, details about how to prepare them, and dozens of insights into the world of Korean cuisine.
Thinking about visiting Korea in October but not sure where to go, what to do, and what sights to see in this amazing autumn month? Then read this guide to October in Korea and discover where to see autumn foliage, how to join exciting festivals, what delicious foods you can try, and lots more.
Korea has a rich library of culinary delights that are sure to make your mouth water and leave you well-stuffed. From fiery BBQ to finger licking KFC (Korean fried chicken), fresh seafood, and ubiquitous kimchi. There are so many wonderful Korean dishes waiting for you. However, there are also some weird Korean foods that you might not be so familiar with.
Travellers to Korea in winter can see incredible sights, including snow-covered palaces, dazzling lighting festivals, and sparkling Christmas decorations. However, the true beauty of Korean winter can be seen in the small street stalls and steamy traditional restaurants selling hot Korean winter foods that power people through the cold days.
Do you know what the tastiest traditional Korean dishes are? You might be think of Korean BBQ, or maybe kimchi and ramyeon. These are just the tip of a culinary iceberg that covers a wide range of dining options for all travellers.