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[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lovers' Lane

2016/12/11 | Permalink

Discover the difference between North and South Korea's love for kimchi, My Korean Kitchen shows us how to make a delicious noodle soup, the vlogging couple behind My Korean Husband try spicy pig's feet, and the Korean Herald wants you to help you make Korean food at home.

"A tale of two kimchis – making a staple food in the North and South"

Korea may be divided, but their love for kimchi still unites them. Are there, however, any significant differences between the two countries in terms of their level of love for this fermented cultural dish? Who eats more of it? And are their differences in the way each country goes about making it? "'[M]aking kimchi in North Korea is like engaging in a battle", says Mrs. Lee, a North Korean defector who has been living in South Korea since 2010.

...READ ON DAILY NK

"KALGUKSU (KOREAN KNIFE CUT NOODLE SOUP)"

Sue's My Korean Kitchen is one of the most popular Korean food blogs around. Sue is an author, a photographer, and a cook who creates beautiful posts about how to make a wide variety of Korean dishes, complete with stunning images and easy-to-follow steps. Here you'll find all the information you need to make kalguksu; it's "a light, refreshing and comforting noodle soup. It will warm your heart, mind and soul!" Yum!

...READ ON MY KOREAN KITCHEN

"[Home Cooking] Deulkkae Sundubu Jjigae"

The Korea Herald likes to help its readers out with some recipes for making various Korean dishes at home. In this post, you'll learn how to make Sundubu jjigae, "a stew made with smooth tofu, or sundubu, also known as silken or extra soft tofu". It's a vegan-friendly dish that doesn't take much to make, and it's perfect for those chilly winter nights. Enjoy!

...READ ON THE KOREA HERALD

"KOREAN SPICY PIG'S FEET"

My Korean Husband, a popular vlogging couple living in Korea, hit the streets in Mapo, Seoul, to test their taste buds with spicy pig's feet. Okay, so spicy pig's feet may not sound like the most appetising dish around town, but they assure us that "it can be pretty delicious". Would you try eating pig's feet?

...READ/WATCH ON MY KOREAN HUSBAND

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