Hangover Stew :
it kind of tastes like doenjangguk, but with a richer flavor. Haejangguk (hangover soup) is a type of Korean soup that is steamy and hearty.
2. Kimchi :
Kimchi is a spicy Korean side dish created from salted, fermented vegetables, usually cabbage and radishes. It gets its unique kick from a paste made of chili powder, garlic, ginger, red pepper and sugar and its recognizable tang from fish sauce.
3. Jajangmyeon :
Jajangmyeon, also known as 짜장면 in Korea, is a Korean dish that consists of thick noodles sautéed with vegetables in a black bean sauce. What is this? This popular Chinese-Korean food has a reputation for being one of Korea's most famous dishes, and it can be found all over South Korea.
4. Korean Fried Chicken :
Korean fried chicken so different from it's American counterpart? While its American cousin is usually brined and dredged in a flour and buttermilk mixture, Korean fried chicken tends to be more light and crispier with a thin, almost paper like skin that is not heavily battered.
5. Ginseng Chicken Soup :
Ginseng chicken soup replenishes your qi, provides immune support, and calms the mind, nervous system and anxiety. In Asian countries, they add the traditional Chinese herbs to kick it up a notch for super-charged healing. Your soup may contain jujube dates, goji berries, fresh ginger root, chestnuts, or ginkgo nuts.
6. Bulgogi :
Bulgogi literally means fire meat -- bul is fire and gogi is meat in Korean. This savory dish, typically thinly sliced beef marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, garlic, ginger, onion, sugar (or honey), sesame oil and black pepper, is grilled in front of you at the table, with sliced leeks and mushrooms
7. Ddukbokki :
Ddukbokki (also known as tteokbokki) is one of best, famous and authentic Korean street foods. ... Ddukbokki is made from Korean rice cakes and dried fish cakes cooked in a spicy gochujang sauce. You can vary the spice levels by adding more water or less gochujang.
8. Haemul Pajeon :
Commercially available pancake mix (buchim garu, 부침가루) is a pantry staple in Korean homes. The mix is seasoned and typically includes wheat flour and other ingredients such as corn starch, rice flour and sometimes baking powder. Koreans look for a slightly chewy and crispy texture in savory pancakes.
9. Hobakjuk :
호박죽(hobakjuk) / Pumpkin Porridge Sweet, mellow porridge made with pumpkin and sticky rice flour. Beans or glutinous rice balls may also be added. 호박죽(hobakjuk) / Pumpkin Porridge Sweet, mellow porridge made with pumpkin and sticky rice flour. Beans or glutinous rice balls may also be added.
10. Samgyetang :
Often referred to as Korean sushi, kimbap is a Korean dish consisting of seaweed (kim), seasoned rice (bap), and other, optional ingredients that are usually rolled, sliced, and served. Almost anything can be added to the roll, but the most common ingredients are fishcakes, meat, spinach, eggs, and cucumbers.