*eats jjajangmyeon and cries tears of loneliness*
the bowl of chili powder is so key
World Food Friday | South Koreabulgogi — thinly sliced steak, which is then marinated in a soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, garlic, mushroom, etc. sauce and then grilled or pan-fried; traditionally served with a side of lettuce leaves (x)
bibimbap — meaning “mixed rice”, a white rice dish that is topped with namul (mixed vegetables), gochujang (red chili paste), meat (usually beef) and a fried egg (x)kimchi — fermented vegetables (e.g. cabbage, radish, cucumber) in a variety of seasonings (e.g. garlic, shrimp sauce, brine); each region of the country has their own version of this popular side dish (x)gogi-gui — a method of grilling meat (e.g. beef, pork, chicken) that often involves doing so on a stove built into the diner’s table; popular types include bulgogi, galbi (marinated beef short ribs) and samgyeopsal (non-marinated thick-cut pork belly) (x)jeon — a sweet or savory pancake in a multitude of varities e.g. yukjeon (shredded beef), guljeon (oysters), pajeon (green onion), hwajeon (edible flowers), etc. (x)ddeokbokki — glutinous rice cakes in a spicy sauce; a popular street snack (x)
생일상 (Birthday Meal) @ 경복궁 KyeongBokGoong Korean restaurant. A reservation on your birthday entitles you to a complimentary, traditional Korean birthday meal of 미역국 (seaweed soup).
칼국수 at Myeongdong Gyoza