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  • Hard at work
    Making Kimchi 김치!
    December 14, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by
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    Kimchi Chronicles: a televised celebration of Korea’s food culture
    October 10, 2011, No comments

    * This post is written by Elizabeth Shim, one of the Korean Cultural Service in New York’s Cultural Reporters.

    America is in the throes of a Korean food craze. From kimchi taco trucks roaming the streets of New York an ...

  • mixing
    Making Kimchi
    August 19, 2011, No comments

    If there is only one food that people abroad associate with Korea, it’s got to be kimchi (김치). The oldest of recipes date back almost 3000 years ago and is one of my favorite dishes in Korea. In fact, I often judge a …

  • kimchi
    Exploring Kimchi and Indian ‘Kimchi’ (achar)
    May 17, 2011, 1 Comment

    * This post is written by Somchandra Nahakpam, one of the Korea Blog’s Worldwide Korea Bloggers.

    I have already posted about Kimchi few months back in my blog. Now this time I would like to introduce and compare Kimchi& ...

  • The Kitsches at Salon Badabie
    11 new Korean bands to watch out for
    October 8, 2014, No comments

    There are new bands appearing in Korea all the time, but it usually takes a few years before they start to gain major attention. This can be a problem because most bands don’t stay together long enough to get anywhere.…

  • korean food the originality
    Inspiring Korean food books
    September 19, 2014, No comments

    In the last couple of years I got more and more interested in Korean food culture and my research allowed me to discover a lot of interesting facts of Korean cuisine, such as its philosophy and principles.  Study ...

  • ediya-1000
    Is Ediya Coffee the Korean Starbucks?
    September 12, 2014, No comments

    When I first came to Korea 8 years ago, there was hardly a coffee shop to be found in Jeonju where I was working. Coffee shops were such a needle-in-the-haystack find that a group of us in Jeonju

  • Jangdok full of soybean paste, soy sauce and gochujang
    Disconnecting at Hyojongdang Hanok
    September 11, 2014, No comments

    For Chuseok, one of Korea’s oldest holidays, we headed south of Seoul, to experience our own slice of traditional life at Hyojongdang Hanok in Yongin.

    A hanok, or traditional Korean house, adheres to an ancient set…