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Korean regional cuisine



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Learning the Korean language can seem like a big task at first, but the way you learn can make it a simple and fun experience.

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• Infographic Compilation – More than 160 Korean infographics that help you quickly learn common words and phrases.

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5 thoughts on “Korean Cuisine by Region

  1. XiaoVee says:

    jeju-do [check]
    jeolla-do [check]

    Which region Seoul and Busan in? 😛
    I really love Korean foods ♥

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Seoul and Busan are there own special cities, but they would probably fit into Gyeonggi-do (Seoul) and Gyeongsam-do (Busan) ^^ Busan has great food!

  2. Living in Korea for Expats.com says:

    This kind of stuff really helps because Koreans know it, too. So when they speak you can understand what they’re talking about better. I learned, but now forgot, about where Duck-kalbi comes from. I actually went there for a hike and one of my hiking group members told me… but I forgot now. Do you happen to know? It’s somewhere in Geongki-do.

    But ever since I learned the name of the town, I can recognize it on signs. It’s on almost every sign for duck-kalbi. I would recognize it if I saw it. But I have since forgot.

  3. Ryan says:

    I love your comics!

    BTW, the graphics for Jeolla and Gyeongsang are switched 😉

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Thanks for catching that! And glad you enjoy the toons 🙂

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