Cooking the Korean Way
Korea is a land where ancient and modern traditions coexist. Although split politically, North and South Korea continue to share a varied cuisine that is both healthy and delicious. Often highly seasoned, Korean dishes such as cold cucumber soup, san jok (grilled beef and vegetable skewers), and ho bak jon (zucchini pancakes) are unique and appealing.
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