Koreans’ food is a defining element of their culture for several reasons. One is that food is directly related to Korea’s environment – the country’s location, its geography, and climate.
Korean cuisine refers to the traditional foods and preparation techniques of Korea. From the complex Korean royal court cuisine to regional specialties and modern fusion cuisine, their ingredients and preparation richly vary.
Delicious and spicy, soothing, or sharp and funkily fermented, South Korean food has a whole spectrum of flavours and textures that’s making it a huge hit in the United States right now.