Amratha C.S, New Delhi And yes, another year of scorching heat has started in India and I am pretty sure you all must be doing your research on how to endure it. A big role in enduring this heat is played by watermelon, the perfect tropical fruit which is almost found anywhere very easily and…
Vidushi Sharma, New Delhi: As we know how the Korean wave is taking over Indians, and when we talk about Korea, how can we miss the delicious food that we see in all these K-Dramas? Food is an integral part of Korean Culture, in every K-Drama we can see the leads gorge themselves on delectable-looking Tteobboki or some Gimbap and the heavenly Bibimbap. To satisfy your Korean food cravings, we have listed down 5 Korean restaurants in Delhi where you can enjoy Korean cuisine be it Ramyeon, Gimbap, Tteobboki, Korean Fried Chicken, or even Soju!
Shristi Singh, Ranchi, Jharkhand: BOA Village which is short for Best Of the Asian Villages is a classy restaurant with rooftop ambiance and live music serving Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, and Indian Cuisines. It is an all-in-one Asian restaurant where everyone can order whatever Asian food they like. It’s a very convenient place for that friend/family group who have different Asian tastes including the Korean palette and are unable to go and eat out together.
Jasmine Khan, New Delhi: We have some exciting news for all the Indian BTS ARMYs out there. The HY BTS Coffee is officially launching in India exclusively at the Korea Fair 2021, starting from 1st October 2021. The venue of the event where you can get your hands on this especially curated BTS coffee is Central Atrium at Select City Walk Mall, Saket, New Delhi. Let’s take a deeper look at what all are the exclusive offerings at this launch event.
Jasmine Khan, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh: KTO India is back with another amazing initiative to unite all the fans of Hallyu and allow them to experience the best of Korean culture. Korea Tourism Organization is presenting an online engagement initiative called #KXperience powered by BookMyShow to celebrate the spread of Hallyu wave in India by organising some specially curated content. KTO India or Korean Tourism Organization was established in 2008 and has its office in New Delhi, India that handles the Korean travel and tourism related information and caters to activities that promotes and boost the attraction towards South Korea, as a premier Tourism destination. This virtual event takes off on 17th September 2021, and will be conducted till 15th November 2021. Thats right! Its a whole two month of festive bonanza for all the K-Fans out there. Let’s take a deeper look to know what all you will get to enjoy as part of #KXperience with KTO India.
Anushka Gupta, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh: People who have been watching K-Dramas must be knowing very well what is Gimbap. Well, gimbap is the go to food for all the Korean people. We must have seen in the Western countries that people pack sandwiches for picnics or make them as their go-to food when in hurry. Similarly, no picnic in Korea is complete without gimbap. It is a must have dish for all the picnics, and it is also convenient for people who are running late in the morning and need to grab a quick bite. There is a huge variety of gimbap that is available in various types and forms, let’s explore the different types of gimbap that we can try.
M. Janakavi, Namakkal, Tamilnadu: Have you ever tasted Korean Marinated Raw crab? This name is quite misleading, as many folk expect it to be a raw crab, but it turns out to be a well-fermented crab dish. Let me bring in to you a salivating and tempting appetite recipe of the Korean marinated Raw Crab dish. This dish is known as Gejang, where Ge means Crab and Jang means soy sauce in Korean. It is popularly called as Kanjang Gejang, meaning marinated Raw crabs in Soy Sauce. Also, some regions in Korea call it as Gejeot as it stands for salty fermented seafood served with Rice as a side dish.
Saumya Jain, New Delhi: Are you anticipating your trip to South Korea and have not check listed any cafes yet? Then, you will miss out on something big!! Trust me!! Do you know South Korea is the land of some of the most creative cafes in the world. The collection of themed cafes is immensely unique. There are many cafes which you can visit if you have time to tour South Korea. Well, don’t worry, I have a checklist ready for you guys which will help you out during your next journey to South Korea. Here is a list of top 6 must visit cafes if you travel South Korea. Do not miss out!
Abhilasha Rawat, Pune, Maharashtra: Known to celebrate important birthdays like the first birthday, the 60th, 70th and 80th birthdays; the Korean people love to have big feasts and numerous delicacies! Are you wondering what kind of dishes do the South Korean people enjoy eating on their birthdays? From traditional meals to quick snacks and cakes, these are 6 popular dishes Korean people eat on their birthday
Krupal Mehta, Mumbai, Maharashtra: For Korean people, rice is more than just a food item. Despite being a staple dish on its own, it is also used towards Korean skin-care and beauty frequently. In older times, rice has also been perceived as a symbol of prosperity and to determine the status of people based on the quantity of rice they used to store at their homes. Rice has two names in Korea- the uncooked rice is called Ssal and the cooked rice is known as Bap. There are many South Korean dishes that can be made using rice as the main ingredient. Let’s see how!