Tired of the typical hot dog? Let’s hit the streets of South Korea and showcase some of their most unique flavors!
This iconic summer festival has been a fun way many people have beat the heat while also making long-lasting memories!
Korean dumplings, or mandu, have remained a part of Korean cuisine since as far back as the Joseon Dynasty!
Shin Okubo is essentially South Korea in Japan, and is almost like Tokyo’s very own Myeongdong!
Korea and Mexico are far from each other, but one thing that brings them together is their deliciously similar treats!
Some of Korea’s most popular dishes happen to fall under the bokkeum category, such as kimchi fried rice, tteokbokki, japchae, dakgalbi!
One of the best ways to get a taste of the Korean culture is to visit the markets!
Many K-dramas, such as Boys Over Flowers and Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, feature the popular street food, odeng!
Our Hot Takes series takes a look at tteokbokki, the ultimate snack and comfort food! How many ways can you spice it up? Check ’em out here!
Want to try making your own tteok-kkochi? Here’s a recipe that you can try on your own!