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Tips & Information Fashion

Tips & Information Fashion

Regular Sale Periods Duty-free shops Almost all establishments host regular sales on off-season products and these events usually fall around June to August and December to February the following year. During these period, visitors can not only buy goods at…

What to Eat – Popular Snacks

What to Eat – Popular Snacks

The most beloved snacks, bunsik Bunsik, literally meaning “food made from flour,” is a term used to refer to reasonably priced Korean dishes. The most adored bunsik includes Gimbap, tteokbokki and eomuk Many street vendors can be found near Sinchon,…

What to Eat – Korean Bibimbap

What to Eat – Korean Bibimbap

Health Secret of Korea’s Bibimbap, Prepared to Perfection Bibimbap, a bowl of rice mixed with meat and assorted vegetables, is one of the all time favorite meals of the Korean people, regardless of age or generation. Its popularity has also…

What to Eat – Korean Kimchi

What to Eat – Korean Kimchi

Korea’s Greatest Food, Kimchi Kimchi is the most famous traditional food and icon that well-represents Korea itself, as it accompanies almost every meal served in the country. The name of the dish also differs depending on the main ingredient used,…

Ingredients of Korean Food

Ingredients of Korean Food

Ingredients of Korean Food Ingredients 1) Grains Rice is the chief grain in Korea, used with almost every meal, in porridges, rice cakes and desserts. Wheat flour is used in making noodles and served at feasts. Barley is used in bibimbap-style dishes…

General Kinds of Korean Food

General Kinds of Korean Food

General Kinds of Korean Food Main dishes 1) Bap (Rice) Bap, a staple of Korean food, is steamed rice. It may also include other grains. There are many kinds of bap depending on the ingredients such as huinbap (white rice); japgokbap (rice…