Yogurt: A Spoonful of Delight

Sooyeon Lee These days, many people are looking for healthy and delicious well-being food. One of the rising healthy food is ‘yogurt’. Yogurt is basically a food produced by bacterial fermentation of milk. The bacteria used to make yogurt are known as yogurt cultures. The fermentation of lactose by these bacteria produces lactic acid, which […]

Sweeter than Sugar – Dalgona

Lee Sooyeon Have you ever heard of ‘Dalgona’? ‘Dalgona’ refers to a Korean street snack made from brown sugar and baking soda. It was a very popular snack in the past because of its sweetness and cheap price. Nowadays, Dalgona is taking its fame back. We can easily find Dalgona snacks in the convenience stores, […]

Slow Down on Your Caffeine

Woo Joo Min   Even though mid-term was postponed and lots of class replaced mid-term test into assignments but there are still classes with tests and assignment is not easy either. Many students study till late to get better grades at upcoming exam. And we often use quite a big amount of caffeine to stay […]

Vegan Restaurants in Seoul

Lee Sooyeon Nowadays, many people are going ‘Vegan’, trying to have healthy and green food. Vegan meal is not only good for our health, but also helps the earth go green. However, it is still true that there are not many places to find vegan food in Korea. Here are some places where you can […]

The Notorious ; Shinjeon Tteok-bokki

  Have you guys tried this wonderful food? If you haven’t, you definitely should go right away. Stop reading this article, pack your stuff, go straight to your nearest Shinjeon tteok-bokki place. I promise it will be an incredible experience that you guys will never forget. I bet more than 1/3 will be a Shinjeon […]

Korean Narrative: What’s With the Garlic?

Su Un Taeh Kim In continuation to the series of attempts to introduce Korean history and culture in the most ‘interesting’ fashion, this week’s Korean narrative is about the culprit behind the peculiar scent found in most Korean food: Garlic (마늘). Starting from the average pork belly chop house at Wangsimni to almost all Korean […]

Trends in Korea during Covid-19 Lockdown

  Han Joon Lee Trends in Korea during Covid-19 Lockdown As the Coronavirus doesn’t seem to go away anytime soon, the Korean government has urged citizens to stay home and take part in the social distancing campaign. In addition, university classes have been transitioned from offline to online, schools have been canceled, and people are […]

Back Alley Eateries 3: Something Unexpected

Youn SengMin Hello Hello! Last week I watched a movie which I could easily say is one of my all time favourites. Definitely go check out “Parasite” by Mr. Bong! It’s a hundred times better if you go in without knowing anything about the plot, so make sure no one spoils it for you! Also, […]