FOOD

TRADITIONAL FOODS

The hottest days of the summer in Korea are referred to as the three bok days, or the sambok, and the first hottest day of the summer this year, Chobok, fell on July 17.

Image: One of the must-eat dishes in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do Province, is dried pollock, known as hwangtae, a natural ingredient made after a series of freezes and thaws.

If you plan to go skiing at Korean ski resorts, there are signature snacks you cannot miss: Eomuk tang and fried chicken & beer.

The logo of "Youn's Kitchen" provided by tvN.

The second season of the popular reality show "Youn's Kitchen" will be broadcast early next month, tvN said Tuesday.

Myeong-dong – one of the most visited regions by international tourists in Seoul!

(Triple white kimchi uses white kimchi, which is characterized for its light, clear and crunchy taste.

(Mushroom corn porridge is characterized for its light taste of corn and mushrooms. Soft and chewy mushroom pieces add some extra deliciousness to the dish.)

(Rolled ginseng chicken soup is an improved version of traditional ginseng chicken soup, as it allows people to enjoy the dish without having to remove all the bones while eating.)

(The recipe for simple japchae is an improved version of the traditional stir-fried noodle and vegetables dish.

The temple has been leveraging its expertise in temple food through its temple stay and food experience programs for the masses.

A long with the chaotic energy of the city comes the occasional craving to center the soul and mind.

Tteokguk is a soup made with sliced rice cakes, usually in beef broth. It's a traditional must-eat New Year's dish in Korea.

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