All posts tagged "food"

  • Students try hoddeok at the LTE K-Fastival in Bruin Plaza at UCLA Friday. (Park Sang-hyuk/Korea Times)
    Festival introduces K-food to UCLA students

    By The Korea Times Los Angeles staff UCLA students got a taste of Korea last Friday on Bruin Plaza, where the LTE (Look, Taste and East) K-”Fast”ival laid out a selection of snacks and street foods. Hosted...

    • Posted July 20, 2015
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  • Mokbar Owner and Chef Esther Choi (Courtesy of Esther Choi)
    Mokbar introduces Korean food to New York with…Japanese ramen?

    By Tae Hong As a young girl, Esther Choi left behind a predominantly white New Jersey neighborhood and stepped into a traditional Korean kitchen upon arriving home every day, where her grandmother would make gastro-miracles from scratch...

    • Posted July 6, 2015
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    RushOrder competes in shifting $70 billion industry via K-food niche

    By Brian Han A $70 billion dollar-a-year industry that’s just beginning its shift to online and mobile platforms is a drool-worthy scenario for any tech entrepreneur — especially when the topic revolves around food. To be more...

    • Posted July 2, 2015
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  • A booth worker sells kimchi jeon to customers at the World's Fair Anniversary Festival in Queens Sunday.
    Korean food inside NY World’s Fair

    Korean cuisine found enthusiasts at the World’s Fair Anniversary Festival held inside Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens Sunday. The festival, opened in celebration of the 50th and 75th anniversaries of the city’s World’s Fairs, invited people...

    • Posted June 8, 2015
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    Exploring beyond Korean BBQ: 5 K-foods you must try, part 1

    K-Town food junkie’s list By Tae Hong Korean food is all the rage nowadays, with attention from magazines, food critics and chefs being showered on staples like kimchi and gochujang, but there’s something about the standard go-to...

    • Posted June 5, 2015
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  • Actors re-enact the police crackdown on miniskirts in the 1970s during the Chungjang Recollection Festival in Gwangju, Wednesday. In those days, officers used rulers to measure women's skirts to make sure they were not "too short," but one restaurant in China is measuring them for a different reason. (Yonhap)
    Shorter skirts mean cheaper meals at China eatery

    A restaurant in China is offering discounts for women in short skirts. Yang Jia Hot Pot, in Jinan, east China, gives female customers discounts depending on how much skin they show from the knee up, the People’s...

    • Posted May 20, 2015
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  • South Korean trucks transport humanitarian aid to North Koreans in this photo. (Yonhap)
    S. Korea not considering massive food aid to N. Korea

    SEOUL, April 28 (Yonhap) — South Korea said Tuesday it is not considering approving massive food aid to North Korea, although it is “desirable” to prop up the quality of civilian groups’ aid to the North. The...

    • Posted April 28, 2015
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