If you’re looking for a nice day trip or craving some Chinese food, Incheon’s colorful Chinatown is the place to go. Centered in an old port area, the district is full of red and gold buildings nestled on a steep slope with lots of narrow streets to explore.
Makgeolli has a deep history in Korea as a farmer’s tonic meant to give them energy to continue their hard day’s work. The rice wine is also pretty inexpensive and, thus, hit its peak in the 70s and 80s as an affordable libation.
The time has never been more right for a snack, or two. Accessing your standard go-tos from back home is sometimes not possible. Besides, living overseas gives you a great opportunity to broaden your snack routine.
In Korea, there is no end to what people can see and experience, but trying Korean food is on the top of most visitor to-do lists! So let’s explore some of the dieshes that are sure to impress you with Korea’s true flavor!
Bibimbap: Rice with nutrient-packed flavor