10 best Korean dishes.
Hansik is what Koreans call their national cuisine. Compared to European and Chinese culinary traditions, Korean food contains significantly less animal protein and much more vegetables.
The main food is rice. Korean cuisine is also distinguished by a wide variety of various fermented and fermented products: vegetables, roots, fish and seafood. Thanks to these features, in general, Korean cuisine is useful for health and maintaining a slim figure. Therefore, recently, hansika dishes are becoming more and more popular in the world. Please contact Sun Wei Tour to arrange a gastronomic tour to South Korea.
Kimchi is the most representative dish in Korea! No Korean table can be imagined without kimchi. Recently, it has increasingly attracted the attention of the world community, and is becoming more and more familiar and consumed dish. The most famous kimchi is sauerkraut in hot red pepper, but there are actually quite a few types of kimchi. Kimchi is also used to make chchige (soup), kimchijeon (pancakes with kimchi), etc.
Pibimpap, along with kimchi, is also gaining popularity due to its taste and ease of preparation. Pibimpap is a large plate of rice mixed with vegetables, eggs, and various herbs (sometimes kimchi) and sauces added to it. Pibimpap is often served on board the plane as a lunch: it is rich and easy to prepare.
Imperial food (hanzhongsik)
Imperial food is a cuisine served to the emperor in ancient Korea. Dozens of chefs worked to create real culinary masterpieces, and these traditions and knowledge were passed down from generation to generation. If you want to try real Korean food, then you should definitely try hancheongsik.
Kalbi is one of the most favorite dishes of Koreans, which is made from beef (less often-pork). Carefully cut pieces of marinated meat are fried in a sauce, and eaten with seasonings. This dish requires certain skills and effort, so it is often made for festivals and feasts.
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Pulgogi is a sledka sweet meat fried in a sauce and served with various seasonings. Because of its sweet taste, pulgogi is very popular with children. Cooking it is very simple, so Koreans often make pulgogi at home.
Samgepsal is a meat cut from pork, which is fried and then eaten together with vegetables and various snacks. Samgepsal is so popular that there is not enough meat even for domestic consumption, and it has to be imported. It is very common to see men eating samgepsal and drinking sojcha (the national Korean vodka) after a working day in roadside stalls.
Korea is surrounded by seas on three sides, so seafood is very popular here. Various thwigim (fried fish in batter), phajong (pancakes with seafood), hwe (thinly sliced raw fish), meunthan (soup cooked from tripe), all the dishes are not listed. Of particular note is hamul phajeon, which Koreans love to use as a snack to the traditional alcoholic drink dongdongju.
Chapche is fried vegetables, meat with starchy noodles, seasoned with sesame oil. Depending on the main ingredients, the dish can be called: “toraji chapche” (chapche with Korean bell roots), “puchu chapche” (allspice chapche), “kochu chapche” (chapche with hot red pepper) and “posot chapche” (mushroom chapche). Chapche is a unique Korean dish, without which no festive feast can do.
Miek-kook-seaweed soup, (Miek-seaweed or kelp, kook – soup). In Korea, it is customary to cook it for a birthday, and you can not cook it when a child or someone in the house has an exam. The bottom line is that seaweed is very slippery, so they say that you will fall down. It is also very useful for nursing mothers to eat it, then there will be no problems with milk.
Ttok is a traditional Korean sweet, much like cakes in the West. The main ingredient of ttok is rice, which can also be added to fruits, nuts, etc. In total, there are up to 100 types of ttok. In the old days, it was eaten mainly during traditional festivals and feasts, but today it can be easily found in any supermarket, and there are so many types of it that the eyes run away.
In South Korea, you can buy the specific Korean red pepper kochukaru and other important ingredients for Korean dishes. And also learn from the Koreans themselves how to cook properly and what should be the taste of each dish in the original.
In general, shopping in Korea can be quite interesting.