Beef has been Koreans’ favorite meat for a long time due to the good taste and its cultural perception. Many Korean beef dishes are considered gourmet and high-end. However, many affordable Korean beef dishes were developed and evolved. Let’s take a look at the variety of Korean beef dishes from gourmet to everyday dishes.
Koreans love ramyeon (라면). There is no argument about it. According to World Instant Noodles Association (WINA) – yes, there is an international association for instant noodles – Koreans consume instant noodles the most in the world: one person eats 73 ramyeon a year! No doubt that you would see at least one ramyeon scene […]
Sajik-dong in Busan is not one of Busan’s top destinations or a hot place for foodies. However, it offers a good and long list of restaurants, and quite a few of them are worth visiting. If you have a chance to see Busan One Asia Festival at Asiad Stadium or a Lotte Giants game at Sajik Baseball Stadium, consider stopping by one of these restaurants in Sajik-dong.
Burger in New York in Haeundae, Busan, offers juicy premium burgers in an upbeat atmosphere. Also, the location of the burger joint makes planning an itinerary around Haeundae effortless.
While Busan has a long list of tasty local menus from Dwaeji gukbap (pork and rice soup) and milmyeon (wheat noodles) to Dongnae pajeon (Dongnae-style green onion pancake), the city offers a wide variety of international culinary choices as well. This post covers a few of popular Italian restaurants in Busan.