Korean Cuisine

What Koreans Like to Eat and Drink on Rainy Days

It’s been raining an awful lot lately… the kind of weather when you just want to curl up in bed the whole day.

Yesterday, after finishing all the household chores and since I had nothing else to do, the pelting rain tempted me to hit the sheets. I just wanted to take a short nap, but I slept for five hours!


Korean BBQ – Samgyeopsal 삼겹살

A big part of Korean food is Korean BBQ~ if someone abroad says they love Korean food, chances are they are talking about BBQ.  In Korea BBQ is cooked yourself at a table grill, usually with gas or charcoal in a variety of grill and pan styles. Meat can be marinated or cooked as-is~  what I will write about in this article is generally for un-marinated meats here, pork in particular!

♥ Lets talk about cooking un-marinated pork meat at a Korean BBQ restaurant!


Juk 죽 ♥Rice Porridge


35 Top Free Korean iPhone apps

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Life in Korea would not be that difficult if you take care of two things. One is that you procure a smartphone. And two you install apps that will make like in Korea a bit easier and a bit more convenient for you.

In this post we are bringing you the top free 35 iPhone apps which you can download on your iPhone. Some of them like Jihachul, Seoul Bus, iTour Seoul are the must have apps, some are just for fun apps and other apps can increase your understanding of Korean Culture and language.

We have divided these 35 apps in various categories to make it easier to for you the find the app that suits your need. To download these apps on iTunes you need click on the app icon and it will launch the app for you.


다문화 in 대한민국? (My Piece on Multiculturalism)


Surviving Your First Month in Korea

 

That first month after taking a new job in South Korea can be one of the hardest. It's not just that you're adjusting to a new country and a new job, but you're also going to be living on whatever meager savings you brought with you until that magical first pay check comes in. If you've been responsible and saved some cash for the occasion - your $1500 or so will be more than enough. If you're like me and come over on a whim, you might be trying to stretch $800 or so. That's definitely doable, but here are a few tips for making that money last while still having a good time.

Most Korean jobs pay monthly, so you're going to need to make that money last for at least four weeks. Thankfully Korea is a really cheap place to live, so with the tips below you'll be right.


Fresh Breath

No doubt,  I talk a lot of shit on this blog.  I can’t help it. There’s so many quirky Korean oddities to comment on. However not everything I come come across in the land of soju and shiny suit ajosshis is a mindfuck. Sure, I don’t get the public toilets or traffic lights, but there’s a lot still plenty about Korea that makes perfect sense.

An example?


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