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  All You Need To Know About Korean Food - where to eat, what it is, and how to eat it! Check out our guide to the best restaurants in all the different parts of Seoul and learn where to go to get the best kimchi, ginseng, liquor, & more.
What to Eat - Quintessential Korean Food

?? Kimchi
Ingredients: Cabbage (or radish, cucumber, etc), julienne radish, minced garlic, diced green onion, salted fish, salt

Description: Cabbages and other vegetables are soaked in salt water, then seasoned with different spices before being fermented. There are many different types of kimchi, such as cabbage kimchi (the most common), cucumber kimchi, radish kimchi, cubed radish kimchi, green onion kimchi, and more. It is a health food filled with vitamins, minerals, and more.

??? Bibimbap (Rice Mixed with Vegetables and Beef)
Ingredients: Rice, fernbrake, roots of balloon flower, bean sprout, beef, red pepper paste, sesame oil

Description: A dish made by mixing rice with various other cooked vegetables. Great for experiencing different vegetables, pleasing to the eye, and full of nutrients. Jeonju's variation of bibimbap is most famous.

??? Bulgogi (Beef in a Soy sauce Marinade)
Ingredients: Beef (or pork), pear juice or sugar, soy sauce, minced garlic, diced green onion, sesame oil

Description: Beef or pork is sliced thinly then marinated in seasoning before being grilled.

?? ?? Grilled Galbi (Seasoned ribs)
Ingredients: Beef rib (or pork rib), sugar, soy sauce, diced green onion, minced garlic, sesame oil

Description: Ribs of beef or pork are sliced into easy to eat portions, then marinated in seasonings before being grilled. Suwon galbi is popular.

??? Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken soup)
Ingredients: Young chicken, sweet rice, ginseng, garlic, chestnut, jujube

Description: A young chicken is cleaned out then stuffed with various ingredients before being boiled to draw out a delicious broth.

?? Naengmyeon (Buckwheat noodles in a cold broth)
Ingredients: Noodles made of buckwheat or starch, beef broth, thin slices of beef, julienne cucumber, julienne pear, boiled egg

Description: Noodles served in cold beef broth- the soup is refreshing. There is also bibim naengmyeon, which doesn't have soup but is mixed with red pepper paste instead.

??? Haemultang (Seafood stew)
Ingredients: Crab, clam, shrimp, fish, radish, red pepper paste, red pepper powder, green onion, garlic

Description: Various seafood are boiled before adding red pepper paste and red pepper powder. The broth is both refreshing and very spicy.

???? Kimchi jjigae (Kimchi stew)
Ingredients: Kimchi, pork, sesame oil, green onion, garlic

Description: First the pork is browned in the bottom of the pot before water and kimchi are added. If sour kimchi is used, it makes a better tasting stew.

??? Dakgalbi (Chicken ribs)
Ingredients: Chicken, red pepper paste, pear juice, molasses, sugar, minced garlic, diced green onion

Description: Chicken is seasoned with various spices, then grilled before eating. Chuncheon chicken ribs are famous.

??? Seolleongtang (Ox bone soup)
Ingredients: Rice, beef, beef broth, diced green onion, minced garlic, red pepper power, pepper, salt

Description: Beef is added to beef broth and stewed for a long time before being served with rice and various seasonings. The deep, rich taste of the broth, boiled for over 10 hours, is simply delicious.

??? Galbitang (Short rib soup)
Ingredients: Beef rib (or pork rib), radish, diced green onion, minced garlic, pepper, sesame oil, sesame seed

Description: Ribs are boiled with radishes to create a savory soup. Eaten together with rice, the broth is a delight.

? Juk (Porridge)
Ingredients: Various grains

Description: Water (6 or 7 times the amount of grain) is poured over grain and boiled for a long time. There are many variations of juk such as pine nut juk, sesame juk, jujube juk, red bean juk, beef juk, pumpkin juk, and abalone juk.

Where to Eat
Bukchang-dong, Offering a Taste of the P...
Bukchang-dong is located behind the Plaza Hotel, nearby Namdaemun and large office buildings. The famous restaurant area of Bukchang-dong first began with a few restaurants selling meat, rice, and liq...
Jangchungdong Jokbal Street
Located near Jangchung Gymnasium (Jung-gu, Seoul) are about ten restaurants whose specialty is jokbal (pig?s trotters). In the past, the area teemed with customers, especially on game days at Jangchun...
Samcheongdong: Gourmet Lover's Lane
?Samcheong? which means the three colors of blue, was given this name because the mountains, waters, and the people are really nice in this neighborhood. Meanwhile, this area has become appealing beca...
Sindangdong: the Street of Spicy Tteokbo...
Tteokbokki (rice-cakes in red-pepper sauce) is a typical Korean snack. The secret of its flavor lies in the harmony of chewy rice-cakes and spicy red pepper sauce. In Sindangdong, there are over 15 tt...
Itaewon : Delightful Tastes from Around ...
Itaewon is like a foreign country within Korea, where various cultures coexist. People who visit the area are overjoyed by the chance to try traditional foods from various countries, which are usually...
Gangnam: Hip New Restaurants for Young C...
Gangnam is not just for the rich, young, and beautiful, but a place for everyone. This place is particularly trendy and a favorite among the young generation. Gangnam offers great entertainment and ni...
Apgujeong: Where to Enjoy Elegant Korean...
In Apgujeong, a mecca for the young and the young at heart, you can experience modern culture. With an abundance of ethnic eating houses and fast-food restaurants, the area also offers decent Korean r...
Jongno, a Street of Traditional Restaura...
Just like the street itself, gourmet restaurants in Jongno boast a long history, and many of them have been run by the same families for many generations. The following is an introduction to the gourm...
Sinchon, the Street of Food Festivals
The streets of Sinchon are always bustling with crowds of young people. Yonsei, Sogang, and Ewha universities are located here, creating a unique youth culture. Naturally, countless restaurants cater ...
Insadong: The Street Where Flavor Meets...
Certainly, foreign visitors are attracted by Insadong?s traditional ceramics, books, and souvenir shops, but they also come here to eat at the best Asian and Western-style gourmet restaurants. We reco...
Myeongdong: A Favorite Street of Gourmet...
Myeongdong is located in central Seoul, the mecca of shopping, finance, and culture, and a must-visit tourist destination. Touring Myeongdong is even more enjoyable thanks to a number of gourmet resta...

* This information is derived from KOREA TOURISM ORGANIZATION.