Wish List

There are SOOO many things I want to try in South Korea. Let’s see how far I would go!

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Places to visit and things to do:

  1. Food day in Seoul
  2. Dae..

Cuisine: Food is one of my big loves in life and culinary experience is definitely worth a lifetime. Korea is so famous for its incredibly amazing harmony of tastes. The spicy kimchi, the juicy bulgogi, the crispy samgyeopsal, the hot flavory samgyetang. Here, eating is a huge part of the culture. Among the places I have been to, in nowhere, the food culture is as significant as that in Korea, in every single daily life of every single person. Keeping the spirit of eating, I found myself a list of dishes I would like to try in the course of 6 months here thanks to those have put up a lot of lists like this online. Honestly, I don’t know where to find these dishes but thanks to my old friends, new friends, and soon-to-be-known friends here and there, I manage my weekends very well with a lot of things to try with a lot of fun and memories with those who are with me. Thank you all. And here is the list as well as my status of my progress.

  1. Myeolchi Bokkeum (Stir-fried Anchovies)  멸치볶음
  2. Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup) 삼계탕
  3. Bulgogi (Grilled Marinated Beef) 불고기
  4. BulDalk (Burn-your-pants-off Spicy Grilled Chicken) 불닭
  5. DalkBal (Spicy Chicken Feet) 닭발
  6. Korean Fried Chicken 치킨
  7. Dalk Galbi (Stir-fried Marinated Chicken and Veggies) 닭갈비
  8. San Nakji, chopped (Semi-live Baby Octopus) 산낙지
  9. San Nakji, whole (Live Octopus)
  10. Sundubu Jjigae (Soft Tofu Stew) 순두부 찌게
  11. Juk (Rice Porridge) 죽
  12. Galbi (Grilled Short Ribs) (소)갈비
  13. Galbitang (Short Rib Soup) 갈비탕
  14. Shinseollo (Fancy Hot Pot) 신선로
  15. Gobchang Gui (Grilled Beef Intestines) 곱장구이
  16. Seng Gan (Raw Beef Liver) 생간
  17. Galbi Jjim (Stewed Ribs) 갈비찜
  18. Bossam (Steamed Marinated Pork with Lettuce Wraps) 보쌈
  19. Japchae (Clear Noodles Stir-fried with Pork and Vegetables) 찹재
  20. Jaeyuk Bokkeum (Spicy Stir-fried Pork) 재육볶음
  21. Kimchi Jjim (Stewed Kimchi with Tofu)깁치찜
  22. Ddong Jip (Chicken Gizzards)똥집
  23. Odeng/Eomuk (Street-side Fish Noodles) 어댕/어묵
  24. Hoddeok (Stuffed Street-side Pastries) 호떡
  25. GeiJang (Raw Fermented Crabs) 게장
  26. Hongeo (Fermented Skate) 홍어
  27. Gochujang Samgyeopsal (Grilled Pork Belly Smothered in Red Pepper Paste) 고추장 삼겹살
  28. Lotteria’s Shrimp Burger
  29. Sae-u Kang (Shrimp Flavored “Fries”) 새우깡
  30. Doenjang Jjigae (Fermented Bean Paste Stew) 됀장찌게
  31. Cheonggukjang (Stinky Fermented Bean Paste Stew) 정국장
  32. Boshintang (Dog Soup) 보신탕
  33. Seonji Haejangguk (Hangover Stew with Clotted Cow Blood) 선지 해장국
  34. Ddeokbokki (Chewy Rice Cakes in Spicy Sauce) 떡볶이
  35. YukHui (Raw Beef Salad) 육희
  36. MiyeokGuk (Seaweed Soup) 미역국
  37. Mae-eunTang (Spicy Fish Soup) 매운탕
  38. Nakji Bokkeum (Stir-fried Baby Octopus) 낙지볶음
  39. Ojingeo (Cuttlefish) (마른) 오징어
  40. Beondaeggi (Silkworm Larvae) 번대기
  41. Golbaenggi (Sea Snails) 골뱅이
  42. Jangeo Gui (Grilled Eel) 장어구이
  43. Jaratang (Turtle Soup) 자라탕
  44. Bogeo (Blowfish) 복어
  45. Sae-u Sogeum Gui (Salt Grilled Shrimp) 새우소금 구이
  46. Deodeok Root 더덕
  47. BindaeDdeok (Mung Bean Pancake) 빈대떡
  48. Pajeon (Green Onion Pancake) 바전
  49. Bibimbap (Mixed Rice and Vegetables) 비빔밥
  50. Boribap (Mixed Barley Rice and Vegetables) 보리밥
  51. Jjim Dalk
  52. Patbingsu (Shaved Ice and Red Bean Treat) 팥빙수
  53. Dotorimok (Acorn Jelly) 도토리목
  54. Naengmyeon (Chilled Noodles) 냉면
  55. Makkoli/Dongdongju (Rice Beer) 막거리/ 동동주
  56. Bokbunja (Raspberry Wine) 복분자
  57. Soju (Rice Whiskey) 소주
  58. Andong Soju (Strong Rice Whiskey from the Andong Region) 안동소주
  59. Jogae Gui (Grilled Shellfish) 조개구이
  60. Haepari (Jellyfish) 해바리
  61. Gyeran Jjim (Steamed Egg) 계란찜
  62. Corn Ice Cream
  63. Dolsot Bibimbap (Mixed Rice and Vegetables in a Sizzling Stone Pot) 돌솥비빔밥
  64. Mandu (Stuffed Dumplings) 만두
  65. Ddeokguk (Chewy Rice Cake Soup) 떡국
  66. Songpyeon (Stuffed Chewy Rice Cakes) 송편
  67. Hot Bar (Fried Fish Batter Street Food) 헛바
  68. Shikhye (Sweet Rice Punch) 식혜
  69. Any product with Green Tea in it
  70. Gujeolpan (Nine-section Dish) 구절반
  71. Yogurt Soju Cocktail
  72. Baechu Kimchi (Cabbage Kimchi) 배추김치
  73. Any Kimchi that’s over 3 years old
  74. Baek Kimchi (White Cabbage Kimchi) 백김치
  75. Shake-’em-up Dosirak
  76. Mul Kimchi (Water Kimchi) 물김치
  77. Oi Sobagi (Stuffed Cucumber Kimchi) 오이소바기
  78. Ggakdugi (Cubed Radish Kimchi) 깍두기
  79. Sae-u Jeot (Salted Tiny Shrimp) 새우젓
  80. Myeongran Jeot (Salted Pollack Roe) 명란젓
  81. Changran Jeot (Salted Pollack Guts)장란젓
  82. Ssamjang (Mixed Soybean and Pepper Paste) 쌈장
  83. Kalguksu (Hand-cut Noodle Soup) 갈국수
  84. Ramyeon (Ramen Noodles) in a Tin Pot 라면
  85. Entire Hui Meal (Korean style Sashimi) 회
  86. Gimbap (Seaweed Rice Rolls) 김밥
  87. Jokbal (Pigs Feet) 족발
  88. Sundae (Blood and Noodle Sausage) 순대
  89. Yeot (Traditional Korean Candy) 엿
  90. Naengi (Shepherd’s Purse) 냉이
  91. Kimchi Jjigae (Kimchi Stew) 김치찌게
  92. Budae Jjigae (“Army Base” Stew, traditionally including hot dogs and Spam) 부대지게
  93. Agu Jjim (Stewed Monkfish) 아구찜
  94. Haemultang (Seafood Soup) 해물탕
  95. Nurungji (Hot Water Mixed with Rice Scrapings in a Stone Pot) 누릉지
  96. Sujebi (Rustic Dumpling Soup) 수재비
  97. Janchi Guksu (Thin Noodles in a Seaweed Broth with Condiments) 잔치국수
  98. BungeoBbang (Goldfish-shaped Stuffed Pastry) 봉어빵
  99. Raw Ginseng or anything with Ginseng in it 인삼
  100. MakHui (Chilled Sashimi Soup) 막희
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