Delicious Korean Food
Updated: Aug 3
By Honaka Aizawa
Have you ever eaten Korean food? For example, Kimchi, Bibimbap, Tteokbokki, and Jjigae. When thinking about Korean food, most people probably think of those. The Korean boom continues in Japan in recent years. Many Japanese are interested in Korean Food. As the number of Korean restaurants increases in Japan, many people may have eaten Korean dishes.
This is a dish of grilled pork, which means ‘three layers of meat’ in Korean. It is common to sprinkle seasoned miso called Ssamjang along with garlic and wrap it in Korean lettuce.
This is a dish of meat seasoned with soy sauce and grilled with vegetables and vermicelli. It means “grilled meat” in Korean. It can be arranged in various dishes such as udon and pasta.
Hot Pot Dishes
This is a dish that can be eaten to fight against heat fatigue. This dish is generally made by adding glutinous rice, garlic, and ginseng to the belly of a broiler. It is known as Korean stamina food.
This is a dish made from tofu. In addition to tofu, there are many variations of pork, beef, seafood and vegetables. Not only the ingredients, but also the cooking methods are diverse. It can be eaten at almost every restaurant in Korea.
These are just a few of the many Korean dishes. In addition to these, there are a variety of other delicious dishes. If you’re never had Korean food, this is a great opportunity to try it! And by all means, try the dishes introduced.