"Balli balli!" (빨리! 빨리!) Move fast, act immediately, there's no time! Anyone who visits Seoul will quickly notice how many people appear to be in a rush in whatever they do. Some may call this impatient and short-tempered, others may consider this behavior as targeted at optimization of processes. In the end it might be... Continue Reading →
Honey or no honey? This question does not only concern vegans in Korea. But for vegans, this subject is particularly confusing. The question of what is honey and what is not, is material for a multi-layered discourse. To begin with, the Korean term kkul 꿀 basically means honey. 🍯 But not everything that is called... Continue Reading →
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Food painting #001. Material: Tofu, chili paste, brown rice, kimchi, Chinese yam, seaweed, sesame seeds. FOOD.Food is big in Korea.Food looks beautiful in Korea.Foodies will love eating in Korea. But it can be difficult to follow a vegan or vegetarian diet in Korea. After years of living in Korea, I've decided to share some of... Continue Reading →