Marja Vongerichten

‘Kimchi Chronicles’ YouTube Cooking Challenge!


Recap: Kollaboration New York 6!


The Reign of Korean Cuisine is Coming!


Concept Korea IV Fashion Collective at New York Fashion Week


Top 5 Most Korean-American Cities: New York City

In a weekly series of posts, we will present the Top 5 Most Korean-American cities, selected not only for their numbers, but also for their visibility in mainstream America. Our research was guided by the following criteria: population, famous and/or influential locals, programs, and hotspots.

#2 New York, NY


KB at L.A. Premiere of ‘Kimchi Chronicles’

This past Wednesday, Korean Beacon stopped by CGV Theaters in L.A.’s Koreatown to watch the L.A. premiere of Kimchi Chronicles. The first episode transported us from host Marja Vongerichten‘s own kitchen (the setting of a couple of cooking demos that poked fun at Hugh Jackman‘s wariness of spicy foods) to the streets and smells of Seoul.


Win Tickets to the L.A. Premiere of ‘Kimchi Chronicles’!


D.C.’s Summer Fancy Food Show Features Hansik Pop-Up Restaurant

Korean food has become exponentially more popular in the past few years, and as a result, more accessible than ever. From July 10-12, D.C.’s Summer Fancy Food Show is home to a record 25 Korean food companies, most notably, the Hansik Pop-Up restaurant.


Making of PBS’s ‘Kimchi Chronicles’ w/ Marja Vongerichten

You’ve probably already seen the promos for the new PBS show called Kimchi Chronicles, a thirteen-episode journey exploring Korean cuisine and culture. The show follows Marja Vongerichten, wife of world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, as she visits restaurants, pojanmachas (street stalls), markets, and popular tourist destinations all over South Korea.


Wish I was home to watch!

 

Marja, her chef husband Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and their daughter Chloe


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