I am Thankful for Korean Food

I am Thankful for Korean Food

"I came here to drop somе food, droppin' all my food. Drop some food, all this food so yummy, yeah." Just like Lisa (Blackpink) said, I think during this time of the year, I feel the same way; Specifically my favorite Korean dishes & snacks that I LOVE to eat! I am thankful that I have the ability to try different types of foods such as Bibimbap, Japchae, Kimchi, and Tteokbokki. These comfort foods give the exact opposite feeling that the K-Drama Sweet Home promotes. 

1. Tteokbokki

The first experience is always the best; I had tteokbokki a year ago at a local Korean restaurant. This soft, chewy, savory or sweet dish definitely is a must try for everyone. I am so thankful that SnackFever has read-made meals such as tteokbokki in the SnackFever box. 

Instantly, I am reminded of how a lot of famous Idols can’t resist this item such as BTS' Suga. For those that want to listen to more of BTS' music, I highly recommend to have a cute BTS Airpods Pro Case!

2. Korean Fried Chicken

I have gotten all of my family members hooked on crispy double fried chicken! We even go to our local Bonchon all the time for this! I am curious though, what is your favorite Korean restaurant where you live? I am thankful for Cheon Song Yi (played by Jun Ji Hyun) demolishing her Korean fried chicken just like me in My Love From the Star K-Drama. 

 

Or definitely Lee Dam in My Roommate Is A Gumiho. Feel free to comment below which one you think is better! 

3. Bibimbap

I am thankful that I had the opportunity to try bibimbap from different restaurants. The Koop, Bonchon, and BCD Tofu House were the locations I had tried this delicious mixed rice dish. In the K-Drama, Strong Woman Do Bong Soon, I am reminded how Do Bong Soon’s family happily eats her ​​famous bibimbap.

Enough about what I am thankful for in regards to food. So let's open up and ask what you are thankful for this Thanksgiving break! This can include being able to binge K-Dramas (and other Korean Entertainment) before school starts again. Comment below your thoughts. I am curious, what Korean dishes are you thankful for being able to have?

Written by Natalie


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