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Korean food: Bulgogi wrap in lettuce made by Dave! http://www.maangchi.com/photo/bulgogi-made-by-dave
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Soegogi yachaejuk (Beef and vegetable porridge)
 
Korean food: Beef and colorful vegetables! 
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SoYoung made Korean japcahe and says, "it's seriously delicious". : ) 
 
Japchae (Stir-fried glass noodles with vegetables and meat) made by soyoung! 
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Korean radish kimchi called kkakdugi(diced radish kimchi), made by my reader Robcolossal! 
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Review: Garlic Chicken From Gyeongbokgung's Mirak Chicken (경복궁 미락치킨 - 철판마늘치킨)
Even among Korean fast food dishes, a division in opinion is certainly common; some may find ddeokbokki too spicy, samgyeobsal too greasy, jjajangmyeon too salty, etc. But a near universal favorite in that late night indulgence category is Korean fried chic...
Even among Korean fast food dishes, a division in opinion is certainly common; some may find ddeokbokki too spicy, samgyeobsal too greasy, jjajangmyeon too salty, etc. But a near universal favorite in that late night indulgen...
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Skiing was fun in S.Korea, but it was as much about the culture. We loved Korean food: http://buff.ly/1BjbezE

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Noodle
Noodles symbolize long and healthy life. In modern times, noodles have become known as the most economical alternative to a regular meal as they take only half the time to cook and eat in comparison. Today, noodles are considered fast food, but in the past, they were only available to the social elite because of the complex preparation process. Before wheat flour became widespread in Korea, noodles were made from dark buckwheat. As viscous flour became more readily available, noodle cuisines in Korea flourished.
Noodles are always present on Korean tables on birthdays and other special events. In the past, aristocrats would serve noodles to their guests to show off their wealth. Since then, the public has come to perceive noodles as precious foods for the elite that equal long, healthy life. The first kind of Korean instant food was somyeon, thin noodles made of flour dough. Janchi guksu (party noodles), served in rich broth and decorated with various kinds of relish, were a symbol of good wishes. These different kinds of broth and relish make starch-based noodles more nutritionally balanced.
Noodles are the perfect food for busy Koreans in modern times. From instant noodles to jjolmyeon and glass noodles, long noodle strands transform their form and flavor with the changing seasons and ingredients. Noodles are considered by some to be the strands of life that hold together the past, the present, and the future. What do noodles mean in Korea? We explore the depths of the significance of noodles in daily Korean life.
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Korean food photo: Dakgalbi (spicy grilled chicken) from Maangchi.com

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Korean food photo: Pan-fried tofu with seasoning sauce from Maangchi.com

Seasoned dried anchovies (Myeolchi-muchim) recipe - Maangchi.com
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