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February K-Food, Seaweed
Chinese
Japanese
Gone are the days when dried seaweed was seen in the West as “black paper."...
Kim Hyo Jin  |  2018-02-12 19:05
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K-Food of January, Satsuma & Hallabong
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Japanese
Satsuma and hallabong are orange-like fruit that are mainly produced during...
Kim Hyo Jin  |  2018-01-22 16:23
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December K-Food, Oyster
Chinese
Japanese
Oysters are rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, and glycogen. They also bo...
Kim Hyo Jin  |  2017-12-06 10:38
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November K-Food, Sweet Persimmon
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Japanese
Korean sweet persimmon is generally harvested from September. The peak of t...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-10-31 09:57
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September K-Food, Pear
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Japanese
Pear, a typical Korean autumn fruit, is generally harvested from September....
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-08-25 13:24
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July K-Food / Cabbage
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Japanese
Cabbage is widely used as an ingredient for various dishes such as salads, ...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-07-03 16:10
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June K-Food, Bokbunja
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Japanese
Bokbunja (rubus coreanus) is a species of raspberry native to Korea and it ...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-05-31 11:26
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May K-Food, Mushroom
Chinese
Japanese
Mushrooms are widely popular around the world thanks to their unique flavor...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-05-02 11:18
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April K-Food, Chamoe
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Japanese
Oriental melon (Kor. chamoe) is mainly cultivated in East Asian countries&m...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-03-31 10:48
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March K-Food: Tomato
Chinese
Japanese
Tomato is widely used as an ingredient for various dishes—pasta, sand...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-03-09 11:32
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February K-Food: Apple
Chinese
Japanese
Apple is a common fruit that can be easily found anywhere around the world....
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-02-15 11:53
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January K-Food, Hallabong & Cheonhyehyang
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Japanese
Hallabong is a type of Korean tangerine. Its name is a combination of “Hall...
Park Sung Eun  |  2017-01-24 17:58
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