What makes Korean food special? Apart from Kimchi – the history and tradition that comes with it, the intensely flavoured dishes and the abundance of side dishes that can fill you up before the main course!
I cannot believe the amount of food I ate in my 2 weeks in Seoul. Here’s a photo dump of the tasty treats I had.
Unlimited meat – Samgyupsal (삼겹살 ) and mok sal (목살)
Seafood hotpot (해물탕) and sashimi (회)
KOREAN GINSENG CHICKEN SOUP
Spicy chicken stew (닭도리탕)
KOREAN SAUSAGE & PORK BONE SOUP
Sundae (순대) and Gamjatang (감자탕)
KOREAN CHINESE TAKEAWAY
Tonkatsu (돈까스) and albap (알밥 )
Shabu-shabu (샤브 샤브)
Takoyaki (타코야키)Sweet and sour chicken with rice cake (닭강정)Songpyeon and other rice cakes (떡)
Hands down for Honey Butter Almonds!
There were a lot more traditional dishes I tasted but forgot to take photos of. Booh!
Thanks to all my new-found friends who fed me like crazy!