On The Border
A Taste of Korea
60 Years of the Republic
Handy Hints for a Perfect Chuseok
As this time of season, Korean housewives get busy cleaning their homes to greet relatives and shop for ingredients to prepare traditional dishes. For seasoned veterans who have...
Sep. 12, 2011 08:16
Noodles and Bread the Icing on the Cake for any Gyeongju Trip
Milmyeon is a cold noodle dish that comes in two flavors, mild and spicy. The mild dish called mul-milmyeon consists of flour wheat noodles in cold beef broth topped with various...
Sep. 06, 2011 14:01
Beat the Heat with Healthy Fruit Juice
After the rainy season ends, renewed heat is scorching the entire country, and for many rich food becomes out of the question. Instead, various fresh blended fruit and vegetable...
Jul. 20, 2011 07:11
Food for Daeboreum, the 1st Full Moon of the Year
Thursday is the first full moon of the lunar year, which is known as Daeboreum. Koreans eat ogokbap or five-grain rice with an assortment of seasoned vegetables over the festival.
Feb. 17, 2011 11:47
Traditional Korean Cookie Delights
"Dagwa," the Korean word for refreshment, encompasses many traditional Korean cookies, candy, and cakes. These sweets are quite different from the shrimp crackers, chocolate...
Feb. 03, 2011 09:42
Sundubu Jjigae Makes the Ideal Healthy Winter Meal
When a chilly wind begins to blow and mufflers don't help to keep warm, many Koreans long for a hot spicy tofu soup. And besides being a perfect winter warmer, sundubu jjigae also...
Dec. 18, 2010 08:28