This article still made to be include in TOUCH KOREA TOUR that was held by Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Indonesia and buzz Korea^^
I made in two language: the one in black is bahasa and the purple one is english
despite of take part on contest, i also wanna hear visitor’s comments from worldwide about Korean culinary, culture and other places that should be visited 😀
*although i haven’t go to korea yet LOL
it’s Hallyu wave~
South Korea. A country that I want to visit.
What will I do when I get there? Of course, lot of things!
If I write down all )of them, I guess I can take all day long just to share with you guys kkk~
But same with previous post (about 3 will try korean dishes^^), I will just post the top 3 I want to do there^^ which actually hard to decide T^T
Making 김치 (Kimchi) ~
food again LOL
as all of us know, kimchi is the famous side dishes in Korea. they even have a special day for making kimchi
it is 22 November, because making kimchi needs 22 ingredients *wow, i also just knew that haha
“The Korean traditional dish kimchi has already been selected as one of the five health foods in the world, yet it is being shunned by young generations these days. We decided to proclaim Kimchi Day to actively promote the superior quality of kimchi and develop kimchi culture,” Park Kun-young, the chairman of the Korea Kimchi Association and a professor in the Department of Food Science and Nutrition at Pusan National University, told Korea.net. (cr: theyeogiyo.com)
making kimchi together with family or friends look so fun. it’s not only about food but also togetherness^^
what else can make us happy besides food? kkk~
plus you make your own food with people that you love, share it with them.
plus two, it also a healthy food!
i ate kimchi at Korean restaurant here, and actually i’m not that into kimchi taste but still want to try the original korea taste and make it own my own 😀
look so fun, huh?
then i guess, i should go around 3rd week of November if I want to celebrate this Kimchi Day, right? kkk~
anyway, here is a song to accompany you make kimchi :p
The cultural cloth from Korea! Where else I can find this culture if not from Korea^^
So it’s a must to do thing when I get there, no matter what.
Taking photo then walk around the castle, being a princess for only one day kkk~
I try to google some info about hanbok, and there are so many types of hanbok.
traditional ceremony that mention here, are like wedding ceremony.
Hwarot(활옷) used by royal women for ceremonial occasions or by commoners for weddings.
Dalryung(단령) used by royal men for official in courts or by commoners for weddings.
but nowadays, hanbok already design modernly, full color and fashion.
those clothes so cute, right? imagine yourself with those clothes ^^~
i personally like the modern one cause it’s so colorful, the colour is cute and eye-catching 😀
Enjoying Korean Street Night~
it might sounds simple, but every country and city have a different feel at night.
Korea seems to be one of the best, with a lot of market at night, street snack and the people.
And Korea street food or 포장마차 (pojamangcha) are the one that makes me so excited!
Pojangmacha refers to small tented restaurants on wheels, or street stalls in South Korea which sell a variety of popular street foods such as hotteok, tteokbokki, sundae, odeng, and anju (dishes accompanied with drinking). It literally means “covered wagon” in Korean. They are largely divided into two kinds– one for snacks during the daytime and the other for drinking during the nighttime. The latter most commonly serves soju and anju more appropriate when consuming this alcoholic beverage. – wikipedia
i guess those pictures tell a lot why i do want to enjoy Korea street night kkk~
so, those are my top 3, what is yours? feel free to comment, gomawo^^