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From K-dramas to K-pop, Korea has taken the world by storm. Their dramas are popular all around the world and 'BTS', the famous-boy band from Korea is gaining more and more popularity with each passing day. Korean food culture is not too far behind in garnering a large fan base. Their food culture is full of scrumptious and mouth-watering delicacies. If you are a fan of K-Dramas or BTS and a foodie at the same time, then this article is just for you. From Kimchi and Ramen to Bibimbap and Japchae, here are some delish Korean foods that you can try while in India. (image credits- istock)

Kimchi is one of the most popular Korean foods that is easily available in India. In large supermarkets, you can find tinned boxes or packets of Kimchi. It is a salad made with fermented cabbage which is called ‘Baechu’ in Korea. This tangy-spicy delight is prepared using cabbage which is fermented with seasonings like Korean chilli powder, green onion, garlic, salt and some other spices. Kimchi is best paired along with main dishes in lunch or dinner.

Ramen is probably the most popular Korean dish that is quite a hit among the millennials. These instant noodles can be found in every street food shop in Korea and have now even come to India. You can easily find Korean Ramen in supermarkets or order the same through online websites.

Koreans aren't big fans of desserts but Bingsu is an exception. This popular Korean dessert is made with frozen berries, vanilla ice cream, ice and fruits like mango, kiwi, blackberries, figs, raspberries, strawberries and pomegranate. Some shaved ice and fruits are arranged in a bowl. Now a berry paste is prepared by boiling berries and sugar with some water. It is then mashed to form a sweet puree. The puree is then poured on diced fruits along with a scoop of vanilla ice cream as a final touch.

Korean Fried Chicken is a lip-smacking chicken dish that was popularised by the K-Drama ‘Crash Landing On You’. It is first marinated with a variety of ingredients, then deep-fried twice to make it extra crispy and lastly coated with a mixture of soy sauce, garlic and honey, which gives it a perfect glaze. Korean Fried Chicken is best paired with Somaek, which is a type of beer.

When talking about Korean cuisine, how can we forget the popular Buddha bowl of Korea- Bibimbap. This dish is not only beautiful to look at because of its presentation but also offers a melange of flavours. Bibimbap is usually served in a stone bowl and contains rice, vegetables, meat, sprouts, eggs and Gochujang (a spicy Korean sauce).

Also called spicy rice cakes, Tteokkbokki looks quite similar to pasta in appearance. This staple street food of Korea was seen in famous K-dramas like ‘The Heirs’ and ‘I Am Not a Robot’. The main highlight of this dish is its lip-smacking sauce which is used to coat the rice cakes and make them extra flavourful.

Mandu from Korea is very similar to our Momos. Mandus contain a stuffing of veggies along with beef, pork or chicken. They are either steamed, deep-fried or served in soup. Mandus are served with a special sauce mixture prepared using chilli, soy sauce and vinegar.

If you have watched the popular K-drama ‘Boys Over Flowers’, then you might know what Gyeran Mari is. This egg recipe is usually served in tiffins and eaten during lunch in Korea. Gyeran Mari is a fluffy omelette that is prepared by rolling the omelette several times while preparing it.

Gamjajeon is a popular breakfast recipe from Korea that is prepared with just three ingredients- potato, onion and salt. Potatoes and onions are first grated finely and then mixed with salt. The mixture is then pan-fried to get a beautiful golden brown colour and crispy texture. Gamjajeon is very similar to hash browns and are paired with a sauce that is prepared by quickly mixing soya sauce, vinegar, sesame seeds and chopped green chillies together.

If you are a fan of Noodles, then you need to try Japchae from Korea. Also called glass noodles, Japchae are prepared using sweet-potato which gives them a glass-like appearance. Japchae are stir-fried with a number of spices, vegetables, sauces and then garnished with sesame seeds before serving.

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