dakbal

Say hello to dakbal, Korean grilled chicken feet

Rarely anyone would think of eating chicken feet, after all, it’s bony, thin and pretty much a meat-less body part but in Korea, food don’t go to waste. The dakbal is most commonly served in pojangmacha (street stalls), and it goes so well with alcohol. A word of warning is a must, it is extremely…

petite france

The French Village by the Countryside: Petite France

Driving through the lakeside roads of Cheongpyeong, you might find yourself lost off-track, upon seeing a hillside where bizarre-looking buildings that resemble the ones at the Mediterranean coast stood. You might check your GPS for location accuracy but relax, you’re still in Korea, but in the French dimension. Petite France, a small French cultural village…

Kongguksu

The snow-white Kongguksu

Food is also a work of art and many modern takes on traditional cuisines strive to be immortally sublime on a plate and in the memories of people. Kongguksu, or cold soybean noodles, is perhaps best described as art in a bowl. White as snow and cold as ice, this is the type of dish…