Perhaps, you know that South Korea is one of the heaviest drinking countries in the world. You will either witness or experience the wild drinking culture of Koreans for once during your stay. But, please let’s not over drink and pass out on the street!
Sometimes, when travelling in budget, you’ll probably have a moment when you miss the time of having a proper meal. Moreover, some restaurants have a break time, not receiving any orders. Then what would you do? I’d say “Fast food.” Even
Driving or taking a bus on the highway is the cheapest way to travel Korea. However, it takes pretty long time to drive, making drivers tired and hungry. So let us introduce Korean highway rest area’s food you must eat
Guess who is the hottest entertainer in TV these days in Korea. K-pop idol? Sexy actress? No! It’s CHEF! From 2006 when Olive TV, the only food life style channel in Korea, was launched, various cooking programs starring professional and amateur chefs
Korean barbecue is one of Korean people’s most favorite dishes! But there’s a special way that Koreans usually eat barbecue. If you come to Korea, you should definitely try it in the Korean way, like a local. “Samgyeopsal” refers to
Makgeolli is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in Korea; makgeolli is a type of traditional rice wine, native to Korea, and is about 6-8% alcohol by volume. There are so many different types of makgeolli that this article cannot possibly cover
“Chimaek” essentially is a portmanteau of the words “chicken” and “maekju”, which means beer in Korean. The Chimaek syndrome in Korea probably caught on in the early 2000s with the advent of greater national interest in major sporting events such
Remember when Chia pets were all the rage in the 90’s? You know, those human and animal shaped pottery that grew plants as hair? Well, there’s another “Chi” that hit the stage: Chimaek! Doesn’t Abe Lincoln look so good with his new hair do? Chimaek is the wondrous combination of fried chicken (치킨) and beer which is called
Who says Korea has little to eat? Thanks to super duper Trazers, we are ready to usher you into the world of Super sized food in Seoul! 1. Burger Bay in Hongdae: You won’t be able to hold it with one hand.
Hi, all. It’s been awhile since I posted here. I would like to introduce to you guys a very special thing, which’s recently being very popular among the hip Koreans. “STAMINA COFFEE” Wow… right? According to Cafe 19+, the coffee