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"Picnic Like a Pro" - Published on The Korea Blog




I'm very excited to say that my piece, "Picnic Like a Pro: Korean Outdoor Dining Culture" has been published on the Korea Blog! Covering everything from picnics to snack tents, this blog talks about Koreans and their far-out outdoor dining.

Seomyeon's In Tractor: Kitsch in the Kitchen


Patbingsu, a Summer Treat for Me and You!

Summer is coming, and so is that hot, hot heat. Sweeten the transition with this tasty summer treat.


ROKing Korea: Korean Well-Being Desserts

ROKing Korea is a weekly feature column by ROKing Magazine that explores Korean culture and expat life in South Korea. With the growing number of Korean-American expats in Korea, we’ve teamed up with ROKing, a bi-monthly, bi-lingual, Korea-centric magazine, to give you a glimpse of life in South Korea.


124 Top Korean Dishes

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Korea Tourism Organization, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Korea Foundation, the National Institute of the Korean Language and other experts in the field of food, cookery and foreign languages has come up with a standard Romanization for the 124 top Korean dishes frequently served both at home and in restaurants.

We have taken the liberty to change the order of the list by grouping dishes together as per its main ingredient. This will make it easier for foreigners visiting Korea for the first time to recognize not only the dishes but also where to order and savor these dishes.

The very basic element of a Korean dish is Rice, which is served with most of the dishes

밥(bap) / Cooked White Rice
Steamed short-grain rice.

For a quick bite you can head on to any convenient store or eating shack and look for


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