One of my favorite meals is ramen. I dream of having a big bowl of noodles every day for every meal, and while usually it would be the soupy, deliciously rich Japanese noodles I seek, the other day I had a craving a different variety of noodles.
The summer heat is sizzling in Korea, so what better way to cool off than enjoy some delicious ice cream. Though summer is the ideal time for ice cream, I love eating ice cream all year round – and in all its forms.
It had been so long since I indulged in a juicy burger, I couldn’t even remember the last time I’d been to a burger joint. I figured it was time, so I made my way to Seosabul in Pyeongtaek to try a new place — Marry Street 210 burger shop.
Korean food looks great, it smells great and it tastes delicious. It is one of the central pillars to the Korean wave which is the spread of the Korean culture around the world and makes living in Korea, right here at the source, a joy for taste connoisseurs.
Kimchi, a fermented vegetable dish, is a traditional dish that accompanies every meal served in Korea. There are many variations in recipes and forms, using different vegetables such as cabbage, radish, and cucumber.