Interesting that Korean food like kimchi, bulgogi, bibimbap actually whets the teenager's appetite especially mine and I guess that is why I started gathering Korean Recipes.
So ... why the fascination? Is it because Korean delights taste good or is it that people around the world associate it to the famous people in the kpop world or is due to the unique tastes and flavors?
OK - Let us explore the various foods that South Korea is famous for and proud of. Just travel down any street in any village or city in South Korea and you will be tempted with the savory aroma of South Korean street food.
Street food can be likened to fast food but the taste falls nothing short of exquisite, mouth-watering and unforgettable.
I suggest anyone who visits South Korea to stop and take a moment from shopping and site seeing to experience the tradition and culture of South Korean delights and aromatic tastes of Korean Street Food.
In South Korea, food are greatly varied and range from street vendors through to restaurants, but they all exhibit the flavor of Korea.
South Korea is famous for open flamed, street food such as BBQ Bulgogi and delicious traditional desserts. What better way to experience the Korean taste, then to try an authentic Korean Barbeque.
You can find open flamed grills with bulgogi, galbi and many other
delectable traditional Korean culinaries to sample as you tour the
A traveler can enjoy the authentic and traditional dining of South Korea or the lavishly modern fine dining of 5 star restaurants that serves the freshest raw fish as well.
Korea has something for people of all natures, the adventurous, the
conservative and the neutral. For those who are more adventurous what
better way to experience South Korean food, than daring to try a dish
exclusive to South Korea
.... Live Octopus!. Imagine the feeling of eating a live slimy octopus, the wriggling in your mouth, the feeling of the tentacles sticking against your teeth, gums and tongue. If you are one enjoys unique experiences this dish is not one to pass up. It is definitely not for the faint hearted but if you are brave enough to try this special Korean food ... why not?