On The Border
A Taste of Korea
60 Years of the Republic
Jeungpyeon, Alcoholic Rice Cake Fit for Hot Summer
Summer's humidity and high temperatures make it tough to preserve food, and in the old days before refrigerators, people turned to seasonal ingredients to make them last. They...
Jun. 28, 2014 08:21
Beat Summer Heat with Watermelons
Watermelons are a popular summertime food but may also be good for your health. True to its name, watermelon is 90 percent water and very good at quenching thirst. Its fructose...
Jun. 18, 2014 10:08
Healthy Snacks to Ward off Winter Blues and Ailments
Feeding one's children becomes more of a full-time preoccupation for mothers over the winter school break, and sweet potatoes, chestnuts and pumpkins all stand as nutritious...
Jan. 31, 2014 08:36
Fruit and Veg to Beat the Winter Chill
Many people suffer from cold and flu in winter, but the right kinds of fruit, vegetables and tea can help restore your energy. Here nutritionist Moon In-young shares tips to make...
Jan. 14, 2014 08:23
Best Dietary Blend to Pass the Winter Solstice
Sunday marked the winter solstice, known as dongji in Korean. People traditionally celebrate the shortest day of the year by sharing a steaming hot bowl of red bean porridge and...
Dec. 23, 2013 10:56
Eight Korean Foods Added to World 'Forgotten' List
The Ark of Taste, an international catalogue of endangered heritage foods, will soon include three traditional Korean foods, bringing the total to eight. It is compiled by Slow...
Oct. 03, 2013 07:50