Drama Food 101

Drama Food 101

It's almost impossible to find a K-Drama in which Korean food hasn't appeared at least once. For those who really enjoy both food and K-Drama, SeoulBox prepared a 101 page here!



A bowl of warm white rice topped with sautéed veges, fried egg, sesame oil and Gochujang


Kimchi Bokkeumbap

Kimchi stir-fried rice usually served with a sunny side up fried egg



A Korean-style Chinese dish topped with Chunjang, silky black bean sauce, and pan-fried pork


Budae Jjigae

hotpot loaded with ham, tofu, sausage, bacon, baked beans (!?) and kimchi



A classic Korean comfort food with intense savory flavors, curly noodles and a spicy kick

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