Dubu (Tofu in Korean) can be used in this wonderfully delicious dish. Repurpose old kimchi or switch it up! Discover more here.
Learn how to make Jwipo, a salty and savory fish jerky beloved all over Korea. Read more here!
These traditional Korean snacks are a certified hit this Lunar New Year with their sweet and savory offerings. If you find yourself in Korea or see an international market with these tasty treats, be sure to try them out. Read more about these snacks here!
Chef Kim Sea-kyeong recently opened his restaurant Daon Bansang in Seoul which blends the bansang experiance with Western cuisine. Bansang is a traditional Korean dining method that consists of different dishes for one person. Read more about his career here!
On Dongji, be sure to eat patjuk, at the Farmer's Market Patjib in southern Seoul. This specialty food is a traditional South Korean porridge made using red beans grown on a farm in Yeongwol County, Gangwon Province. Read more about these red beans here!
Three Korea coffee aficionados published a guidebook of 82 must-visit Korean cafes. The guidebook contains information on the cafes' locations, operating hours, signature items as well as stories of the people who built and nurtured the specialty coffee cafes. Read more here!
Think of your favorite presents to get growing up. They probably weren’t stocks and bonds. Korea’s Chuseok is a gift giving holiday that has experienced a staggering amount of growth since the 1970’s. Learn more about the different gift giving trends throughout the years.
Korean cuisine finds a new audience in Qatar’s Korean Fermented Food Festival. Kimchi and gochujang will be showcased in this cultural exchange of culinary traditions where people can taste, learn, and enjoy all about Korea’s delicious offerings.
The sweet and spicy glaze is enhanced by the flavor from the grill to create a rustic yet elegant chicken dish.
This snack is bright, fresh, and easy to make. It can be a snack to serve your friends over cocktails or an acidic treat to activate your taste buds at the beginning of the meal.
This salad is super easy to make. It only requires a few ingredients and just a little bit of knife work.
Ramen, ramyeon, and ramyun – what’s the difference? instant noodles are a favorite comfort food across the world, and exports of instant noodles from South Korea are on the rise. Learn the history of the snack we have all come to love.
Spice Up your Hot Dogs with a Korean Twist
Buckwheat noodles is a summertime staples in Korea. When the scorching weather makes you lose your appetite, it is hard to resist the slurpable noodles that can be served either hot or cold. Known for their unique texture, buckwheat noodle lovers seek dishes that ditch the heat for added flavor. Read here to discover the interesting ingredient and a recipe to add into the mix!
In Korea and other regions of Asia, bamboo is cooked and eaten regularly.
Eaten at the beginning of summer, bamboo shoots have many health and wellness benefits to the body. Such as a slow down the aging process, prevention of constipation and hypertension, and assists in detoxifying the body. Read more for a recipe to add Bamboo shoots to your menu routine!
In terms of Korean cuisine, one of the most popular dishes to come to mind is the staple side dish kimchi. The fermented cabbage dish has sparked several debates, both in its taste and in its historical origins, but the tradition of making kimchi is known to be of great importance to Korean people. Learn more about all things related to kimchi in the latest Inbebo news!
Did you know that more than half of adults who had been drinking wine within 3 months said that they drank more wine last year compared to the previous year? Learn more about how premium wines are beginning to make their way into convenience stores and how wine companies are catering to the MZ Generation.
As social distancing limitations are being lifted, many young people are starting to flow into Gwangjang Market Food Alley, a traditional market where every stall in the middle of the street featured delectable snacks such as tteokbokki, sundae, and gimbap. Learn more about how these old locations are being revitalized thanks to the MZ Generation.
Triangle kimbap (samgak kimbap, 삼각김밥) is a Korean dish that is made with rice, vegetables, and meat fillings in thin sheets of dried seaweed. Learn the history of Samgak kimbap and how to make your own!
As the cost of living rises in the country and the number of one-person households increases, more people are seeking to buy products together at reduced prices when shopping for daily necessities. Learn how a local community service called "Buy Together" is addressing these issues and concerns for Korean people.
A fast-appearing trend-- grandmaniel, refers to the millennial generation who prefer the food and tastes of the grandmother generation. The popularity of grandmaniel started in media such as TV, movies, and advertisements, but has now entered the world of food. Learn more about this retro craze and its growth in Korea here
“Omakase” is a traditional Japanese dining style where guests leave their menu choices up to a chef. In Korea, omakase has become a high-end dining experience at a Japanese restaurant’s sushi counter where a chef prepares one piece of fish at a time while introducing its name and origins. Learn more about some top locations in Seoul here!
At first glance, it looks like just another veggie, but fresh gondeure is full of nutrition, packed with vegetable proteins, calcium, phosphorus and iron. Gondeure is said to build strong bones and prevent anemia, and you can learn more about how to make gondeure and corn jeon for the perfect summer meal!
Kimchi jjigae, also known as kimchi stew or kimchi soup, is a staple food in Korean households that typically Koreans would eat at least once or twice a week if not more. Learn how to make this delicious comfort kimchi stew made from the heart and soul!
Today, we’re excited to share a recipe for the delicious, Korean comfort food classic: tuna gimbap (chamchi-gimbap: 참치김밥). For home chefs to seasonsed chefs inspired across borders--learn how to make this delicious dish here!
Doenjang-jjigae (fermented soybean paste stew) is a hearty, delicious, warm, and comforting everyday stew that Koreans never get tired of. Learn more about how to make this classic Korean soul food dish here.
Bibimbap or “mixed rice with meat and assorted vegetables“ is a dish that can be made with endless variations! From homecooks to chefs, Bibimbap can be made with a variety of ingredients. Learn more about this delicious dish!