Korean food is not merely served as one dish, but rather as a collection of tasty meals and side dishes for friends and family to enjoy together. It is plentiful, diverse, rich in flavor and interactive.
From a healthy bowl of Bibimbap to a mouth-watering Korean barbecue, it has become a global sensation just as Korean popular culture has captured the hearts of many. It is a by-product of over 5,000 years of history, four distinct seasons, and geographic conditions. Various food experiences await in Korea. One can explore traditional markets trying out street
food, try a monastic Buddhist meal on a temple stay, or indulge in a Korean Royal Cuisine. Even a typical Korean table setting can be overwhelming with a collection of tasty meals and side dishes complementing each other ’s flavor served for friends and family to enjoy together.