Korean

Recipe

Fish and Kimchi Dumplings Recipe

Dumplings are just the best. You know it, we know it. So just make a batch of these guys and have at it.
Esther Choi
5.8.19
Recipe

Korean Pan-Fried Chicken Recipe

Glazed like your favorite Korean chicken wings, but boneless.
Deuki Hong
4.5.19
K-Pop

Fans Don't Need to Know Korean to Enjoy K-Pop, But It Helps

Korean class enrolments rose by 13.7% between 2013 and 2016, making it the 11th most studied language in the US. How much of this is to do with K-pop?
Biju Belinky
3.6.19
Recipe

Kimchi-Braised Pork Recipe

Kimchi + Pork = dinner perfection.
Kimchi Pete
10.8.18
Make this

You Can Kimchi Literally Anything with This Magic Paste

Think of kimchi as a verb. You can kimchi almost anything: potatoes, pineapples, peaches, and so on.
Munchies Staff
2.28.18
Pizza

Korean Waffle Pizzas Are a Stoner's Dream in LA

Once upon a time, waffle pizza was just something you microwaved together after a stoned TV binge. But in LA, there’s now an entire restaurant that proves that pizza is the best thing to happen to waffles since fried chicken.
Jean Trinh
2.25.18
Recipe

Kimchi and Bacon Fried Rice Recipe

Not sure what to do with all that leftover rice? We've got your answer right here.
Deuki Hong
2.14.18
Korean cuisine

How-To: Make Korean Beef Brisket Stew with Kimchi Pete

Australian chef Kimchi Pete shows us how to make a Korean Stew with beef brisket.
Kimchi Pete
12.29.17
Recipe

Spicy Stir-Fried Korean Rice Cakes

Not your typical rice cake.
Sohui Kim
8.3.17
Music

The Defiant Sound of Asian American Women in Indie Rock

Artists like Jay Som, Japanese Breakfast, and Mitski are at the forefront of indie rock, creating space for Asian American women.
Erica Euse
6.29.17
Barbecue

How a K-Pop Star Became a Barbecue Sensation

Jiyeon Lee produced four number-one albums in the 1980s, but she gave up the limelight to focus on cooking. Now, she and her husband fuse Korean cuisine and Texas-style barbecue to droves of fans.
Brent Crane
5.9.17
CHEFS

Consciousness and Cooking with Korea's Yim Gi-Ho

“From a young age, I let nature lead the way,” says chef Yim Gi-Ho, whose healing approach to cooking was formed when he worked as a kitchen apprentice in Buddhist temples.
Sarah Freeman
1.25.17
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