eating is one of the greatest pleasures of visiting South Korea, a country famous for its many native dishes.
South Korean foods will provide a variety of very unique tastes for the visitor.
There are also a large selection of Western, Continental, Chinese and Japanese restaurants in
South Korea. South Korean food is rich in nutrition, well balanced and low in
calories, not to mention, spicy. A popular saying states,
"You can eat as much Korean food as you like and never gain
weight!" South Korean food is chiefly made from a wide variety of vegetables.
Prominent seasonings include garlic, red peppers, scallions, soy sauce, fermented bean paste, ginger and sesame oil.
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