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Tag: Korean food
They have so many options to choose from!
Whenever we travel to other countries, like South Korea, trying different local cuisines is definitely on our itineraries. But because of the current restrictions, we can only imagine ourselves in the streets of Myeongdong where every corner is filled with Korean food.
Go ahead and treat yourself.
You can never go wrong with Korean food because there's just so much to love about the cuisine. TBH, we love a good serving of kimchi, tteokbokki, jjajangmyeop, and more. And when it comes to alcohol, you already know that soju gets
A croissant + waffle = croiffle!
A one-stop Korean street food shop.
One of the things we miss the most about South Korea? Their street food. Nothing beats strolling through Myeongdong on a cold winter evening and warming yourself up with hot and spicy Korean street food. But the days of international travel are
They also have other flavors like Raspberry, Blueberry, Peach Mango, and more!
It's hard to keep up with all the fleeting food trends popping up this 2020 as far as pastries and party trays. For drinks, however, the prevailing picks have mostly been Korean-inspired flavored milks as well as yogurt-based beverages like Yakult or yogurt
Transport yourself to Seoul with these delicious finds!
These days, there's no shortage of restaurants and BBQ joints in Manila where you can get your Korean food fix. However, if you've ever taken a trip to Seoul (or if you watch your fair share of K-dramas), you'd know that some
We can't stop thinking about it!
We're a sucker for anything that has cheese on it, especially if it involves butter and carbs! As we were browsing our social media feeds, we found a cheesy treat that made us crave. Lo and behold, the Korean cream cheese garlic
Perfect for your next K-drama binge!
If you’re currently in the process of consuming all the K-drama content you can get your hands on (which we can totally relate to), then how about munching on Korean snacks while you're at it?If you’re a K-food amateur walking into the
All these K-dramas have us craving!
Jjajangmyeon is a popular Korean-Chinese noodle dish topped with a savory black bean sauce. You've probably seen it in a lot of your favorite K-dramas. Personally, I first saw it in Coffee Prince (you know which scene I'm talking about, lol). And
It's the latest quarantine food trend we’ve been craving!
Remember when sushi bake became the hottest food trend in the metro? It definitely lived up to the hype. Well, here’s another food trend that has recently emerged during quarantine that we’re equally intrigued with: Baked Samgyup. Yes, you heard that right!
Can't get enough of kimchi?
Kimchi might be your first introduction to Korean condiments. This fermented cabbage and chili powder concoction is one of the most popular Korean condimentsThere are many vegetables that you can make into kimchi, including kimchi made of cucumbers, red radishes, daikon or
DIY samgyeopsal at home? Add these to your shopping list for your next Korean grocery run!
Missing your favorite Korean restaurants after binge-watching K-dramas? The good news is that you can easily satisfy those K-cravings at home! Korean dishes have that signature flavor that’s unique to them, but they’re not at all impossible to recreate—although in order to
Time to try something different!
We’re all familiar with the usual Korean snacks like tteokbokki and kimbap, right? Best believe, though, that Korea has a lot more to offer. In fact, apart from their appetizing dishes and mouth-watering street food Koreans have also mastered making tasty snacks.Below, we
Aside from instant ramen, soju, and kimchi!
When one plans a grocery run to the Korean supermarket, one's grocery list often, if not always, includes instant ramen, soju, ice cream, and kimchi. But if you take the time to go through its aisles and refrigerators and take the time
Warning: Don't watch if you're hungry!
Missing South Korea? Whether you're visiting for K-drama filming locations, K-pop mecca tour, cafe hopping, or beauty product hoarding, you've never really experienced SoKor unless you've gone through the long strip of street food in Myeongdong!Now, while we're still waiting for the
Plus, easy recipes you can follow to recreate your faves!
We all know the drill too well when we watch K-dramas: When the soju pops, delicious food is sure to follow. Hence, we're visually tortured to see our favorite characters slurp ramyeon or grill samgyupsal in between scenes. And we before we
Learn a recipe or two today!
Since the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) began, we’ve all become home cooks in our little ways. Most of us has finally learned how to cook the classic local snacks like turon, puto, and the like. However, K-drama fans are more curious to
It's time to satisfy your cravings!
You’re at home, scrolling through your feed and you find a video of someone perfectly cooking a piece of samgyupsal. The meat hits the pan and it sizzles oh so beautifully, and on the other side they’re placing pieces of garlic and
You don't need to buy the two instant noodles separately anymore!
If you've watched the film Parasite, you probably, at some point, wanted to try that iconic ram-don Mrs. Park (Cho Yeo-jeong) requested during that eventful rainy night. For those who recreated it at home, did you have a hard time finding the two
Dreaming of samgyeopsal?
We know you've been thinking about your favorite Korean food, so if you aren't able to cook up some meals by yourself at home, you'll be glad to know that there are many Korean restaurants that are open for pick-up and delivery. Not