As more and more diners are preferring to stay home these days due to the coronavirus, “Home-bap”, which means “Home rice” or “Home cooking” as become popular amongst families and singles who are reluctant to go outside to eat.
Dwaeji gukbap is one of the most popular answers for many online searches on what to do when visiting Busan. While variations of this boiled pork, long-simmered soup and rice meal can be found in surrounding regions, it truly is a Busan local food.
Korean dishes are notoriously tricky to pair up with wines. Due to aggressive scents and a medley of intense flavors present in typical Korean meal, pairing them with wine is not as straightforward as it does with Western dishes.
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.