Along with Tteokguk, a soup made with sliced rice cakes, another Korean people’s traditional New Year’s signature dish is mandu (dumpling, gyoza or wonton).
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.
There’s a new kid on the Surry Hills block, and I’m willing to say it’s going to be the next big K-thing.
Summer in Australia is in full force, bringing with unprecedented heatwave.
The signature event at this Strathfield café and bakery is definitely sweet potato cakes which are mouth-watering and irresistible.
Australia’s major daily newspapers, ‘The Sydney Morning Herald’ and ‘The Age’ have presented a full coverage on Korean food allowing huge space in their life and style section.
There is a conventional wisdom in Korea, saying “the delicious smell of grilled gizzard shad in autumn makes a runaway daughter-in-law return home.”
According to SBS Food section, a Korean fried chicken restaurant ‘Gami’ is taking over Australia.
Bibimbap was one of the top three foods during the Joseon period and it is thought to be the most favorite Korean meal among foreigners.
It's every foodie's favourite time of the year – Good Food Month! And, the annual culinary festival is celebrating its 20th birthday!
A Sydney based entertainer and entrepreneur Dion Woo has recommended ‘678 Korean BBQ’ in Sydney aka Kang Ho Dong - one of the most famous South Korean celebrities – for his top pick for Korean BBQ