Are you staying in Korea during the hottest and humid times of the year? Do you feel like sticking your head in an ice bucket or are you losing your appetite and feeling energyless? Here are a list of 12 foods to help you survive the sweltering heat.
If you hadn't noticed yet, Koreans love rice and noodles. Finding a dish without either of two key components is like finding a Korean restaurant without kimchi. Yes that's a lot of carbs for sure, but the country houses some tasty dishes for a wide variety of palates.
Summertime in Korea has both the high-hanging sun and muggy air that make your armpits sweat just a little bit extra. But if you're visiting Seoul, you can always eat Korea's most popular way to combat the heat: icy cold naengmyeon noodles! Lucky for you, the most famous naengmyeon restaurants in Seoul are all found in one area. Read this to be cool ;)
Korean BBQ is one of the most famous Korean foods out there. On top of being super delicious, it's also a lot of fun to eat with a BBQ pit in front of you. But if you don't have a Korean friend to show you how it's done right, follow this guide to make sure you're eating galbi the right way!
Korean food can get pretty spicy for some people. But a lot of Korean people are sadistic. The S&M kind maybe, but spicy sadism? Definitely. A lot of Koreans think the spicier the food, the better! So here are some of the spiciest foods found in Korea and places you can eat them in Seoul!
Seoul is home to a number of food towns and streets, clusters of specific types of Korean foods all found in one specific place. If you're a fan of Korean foods, be sure to check out these awesome food towns in Seoul!