If you’re travelling to Korea during the Lunar New Year, treat yourself to a delicious bowl of rice cake soup. Continue reading What to eat during the Korean New Year
I’m not much of a snow person, in fact the one time I attempted skiing many years ago, it was pretty much disaster. I was so nervous to ski down the beginners slope, that I ended up just sitting on the slope and only got up when a small child asked if I was ok since he had skied past me about three or four … Continue reading We’re going Skiing in Korea!
Imagine walking through a busy tourist area, all the usual big chain stores are there, music is blaring, lights are flashing, and shop workers are calling out for you to come inside and browse. There are people bustling all around you. You’re looking up instructions someone left on a Facebook forum and checking google map as you weave your way through the chaos. And then, … Continue reading Take a step back in time at Myeongdong Kyoja in Seoul, South Korea
Korea can boast a long history of traditions surrounding liquor. But these are eclipsed by the blazing popularity of ‘green bottle’ soju and ‘plastic bottle’ makgeolli. This all changed when I met Veronica on her most fabulous Brew Master tour. Continue reading Discovering Korea’s Traditional Liquors
When friends and family visit us in Korea we make sure they try everything on this list. To us, these Korean foods have become strong symbols of Korea. I’m not for a minute saying that these five iconic Korean foods are the only foods you should try but if you’re new to Korean food or short on time, then this is the perfect starting point. … Continue reading Five must-try iconic Korean foods
Add this loved local Korean food to you ‘must try’ list Continue reading Miyeok Guk: How to find, order and eat Korean Seaweed Soup
You’re keen to try bibimbap as soon as possible. But can’t find it anywhere. This article should help! Continue reading Bibimbap: All you need to know to find, order and eat Bibimbap in Korea