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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lover's Lane

2015/12/20 | 682 views | Permalink

Make your own delicious seafood and green onion pancakes, see how one Korean 'food vlogger' is taking the craze to new heights online, My Korean Kitchen has a list of Korean foods to impress your guests, and don't forget to try one of Seoul's many cute and curious cafes next time your out and about.

"Korean recipes: Seafood green onion pancake"

Haemul pajeon, or seafood and green onion savoury pancakes, is a nutritious dish that's particularly popular on rainy days. It's relatively easy to prepare, only requires a few basic ingredients, and your friends and family will thank you!

…READ ON KOREA.NET

"Korean Woman's Sexy Food Dances Will Make You Gag"
This year there has been a rise in Korean 'food stars' who are making serious money broadcasting their dinners online for all to see. But one fun vlogger is pushing the boundaries with her absurd and sassy take on this phenomenon: "Easily her most popular -- with 12.5 million views -- is her making out with a fish and dancing with other seafood to The Little Mermaid's "Under the Sea" after popping out of a refrigerator while wearing a waist-high flipper".

…READ ON HUFFINGTON POST

"12 Korean Foods That Will Impress Your Party Guests"

The holiday season is well and truly upon us, and that means plenty of friends, family, and good food! Sue over at My Korean Kitchen presents 12+ Korean foods to try to impress your dinner guests this festival season, including: Korean BBQ, Bulgogi, spicy Korean pork, and dipping sauces.

…READ MY KOREAN KITCHEN

"Unique and Interesting Theme Cafes in Korea!"…READ SEOULISTIC

One of my favourite things to do in Korea is exploring Seoul's many quirky and cosy coffee shops and cafes. Coffee in Korea is big business, and a lot of the American chains (e.g. Starbucks) have become well-established, but there are a number of curious independent cafes that are well worth a visit.

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