7 Must Try Korean Dishes If You Are A K-Drama Fan

Producer:  Shreeja Bhattacharya

Kimchi: Spicy fermented cabbage, a staple in Korean cuisine, offers a tangy, crunchy flavor.

Bibimbap: A colourful mixed rice dish with vegetables, meat, and a spicy gochujang sauce.

Japchae: Stir-fried glass noodles with vegetables and sometimes beef, boasting a savoury-sweet taste.

Tteokbokki: Spicy rice cakes in a sweet and fiery gochujang-based sauce, a popular street food.

Kimbap: Korean sushi rolls filled with rice, vegetables, and sometimes meat, perfect for snacking.

Dak Galbi: Stir-fried marinated chicken with vegetables, served over rice or wrapped in lettuce.

Hoddeok: Sweet pancakes filled with brown sugar, honey, chopped peanuts, and cinnamon, a winter treat.