Korean Food Tourism : South Jeolla Province
Located in the southwestern part of the peninsula, Jeollanam-do is known as Korea’s breadbasket. It has been said that, starting in their distant past, the Korean people would not have been able to have come into being had it not been for the food produced in this region.
Popular Spring Foods in Korea
Korea is marked by four distinct seasons and Koreans have traditionally believed that eating fresh seasonal foods in the spring help them to stay healthy throughout the year.
Korean Food Tourism: North Chungcheong Province
This is the third part of our series “Food Tourism,” which highlights local delicacies and the culinary history and culture of Korea’s eight provinces.
Korean Food Tourism : Gangwon Province
Korean Food Tourism : Gangwon Province In the second part of our series “Food Tourism,” which highlights local delicacies and the culinary history and culture of Korea’s eight provinces, Korea.net introduces three dishes originating from Gangwon-do (Gangwon Province). Located along the eastern coast of the peninsula, Gangwon-do is surrounded by the East Sea on…
Korean Food Tourism : Seoul & Gyeonggi-do
Korean Food Tourism : Seoul & Gyeonggi-do Food tells a story. It tells a story of history, culture and of the lifestyle of each country. Korea has four distinct seasons: spring, summer, autumn and winter. Depending on the season, every corner of the peninsula changes color, whether it is in the mountains, plains, coast or…
Korean Cafe Drop Top Seosomudong
Korean Cafe Drop Top Seosomudong Trade, the movement of thousands of years has been kept out of the border withPakistan, opposite 5,000 m above sea level was high alpine guides here Drop Top is Droptop call it Since the top to rest your tired body and mind drinking a cup of coffee in…