5 Popular Korean Dishes From K-Dramas You Should Try

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One of the reasons why Filipinos are addicted to Korean Dramas are the food.

Apart from their great storyline, the food in K-Dramas are just so mouthwatering. I do not know if it is because of the way Koreans eat or how delicious the food looks.

At one point, we always find ourselves craving for whatever the characters in the dramas are eating.

So if you are curious about those dishes, worry no more! Here are some of the most popular K-Drama food recipes you should try:

1. Jajangmyeon

A Korean-style Chinese noodle made with black bean sauce, pork or seafood, potato and onion. It’s the most popular Korean delivery food. One of the best Jajangmyeon scenes can be found in the K-Drama “Wok of Love”.

Click here for Jajangmyeon recipe.

2. Bibimbap

Korean mixed rice. It is served with a big bowl of rice, topped with other ingredients you can find. Add gochujang and sesame oil and you’re all set! Here is Song Hye Kyo eating bibimbap in the drama “Full House“.

Check out the recipe here.

3. Eomuk/Odeng (Fish cake)

A type of Korean street food. It is a fish cake on a stick that comes with a complimentary soup. Kim Bok Joo’s street food date with Joon Hyung is one of the best scenes in the drama “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo“. Here is the recipe.

4. Korean Fried Chicken

This will never be NOT on the list. Korean fried chicken is like a staple in Korean cuisine. “Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo” has a lot of mukbang scenes, and them eating fried chicken is one of the best!

5. Jjapaguri

I know this isn’t from a K-Drama, but this is still as mouthwatering as the others. Jjapaguri or Ram-Don is a dish seen at the Oscar winner movie, “Parasite“.

Watch the Jjapaguri recipe here.

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