Korean Chinese Cuisine

Fusion Korean-Chinese Food Korean cuisine was built to be versatile and adaptable. China and its cuisine has intermingled with K-food many times in the past and continues to do so. Ancient chinese dishes pushed their way onto the peninsula a long time ago with a deep cultural exchange. Today, the cosmopolitan citizen enjoys a beautiful […]

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Korean Fried Chicken

Korean Fried Chicken Korean Fried Chicken (KFC), also known affectionately as chikin has taken the world by storm and has outpaced every other variety in recent memory. KFC is like none other variety on the face of the earth, firstly it is thoughtfully prepped into bite-sized drumettes and wings to serve as the perfect finger […]

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Street Food in Korea

Street Food in Korea Korean street food is one of the most matured food scenes in the entire world. Ajusshis (아저씨) or ajummas (아줌마) (older men and women) nestled between an pojangmacha (tented wagon) serving some of the most exquisite fare in the world into the wee hours to hungry Koreans and weary travellers is […]

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Festive Foods in Korea

Festive Foods in Korea Many season’s greetings to all of our readers and patrons. As we celebrate the wonderful time of the year, it is an undeniable fact that it is impossible to resist stuffing your face with the season’s delights. Korea’s winter wonderland is blessed with rich festive food and unparalleled history. Despite its […]

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Soups, Broths and stews in Korea

Happiness is a hot soup on a cold day. While we brace for a particularly chilly week, every Melbournian needs a “winter warmer” in the middle of our unruly spring. While Korean food might be synonymous with barbeque like galbi and bulgogi, it is the hearty soups, broths and stews that are the cornerstone of […]

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Korean Condiments

Essential Flavors of Korea – The Holy Trinity of Korean Condiments. The aromas, palate and the vibrancy of Korean cuisine can essentially be boiled down into three base ingredients. These bases give food “the zing” that foodies around the world praise. Just as French, Mexican and Cajun cuisines, Korea likes to maintain a strong, foundational […]

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Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving)

Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving) Autumn in Korea, a lovely time to meet friends and fam, warm enough to enjoy the crisp air but cold enough to seek the warmth of close ones around you. Feasting round a delightful spread, relishing in the fresh harvest of the season. Chuseok is one of those times coming up soon!  […]

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Origins of Kimchi

Representing Korean Spice – Kimchi Korea exports culture. No doubt about it. The Korean food culture is as diverse and refined as it is mature. Nothing is quite as emblematic to the peninsula as kimchi. Kimchi, a spicy fermented pickled side dish, has always been the birthright of every Korean since antiquity; relished by every […]

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