About 5 Popular Korean Food Recommendations for Snacks on Watching Drama
5 Popular Korean Food Recommendations for Snacks on Watching Drama
South Korean culture has long entered Indonesia, not only in the form of music, make-up and clothes, but also culinary delights. In Indonesia in recent years, it is easy to find a variety of culinary specialties from the Ginseng Country, some of the flavors have even been adapted to suit the Indonesian palate.
If you are a fan of Korean dramas, you must have often come across a variety of typical culinary delights from Ginseng Country, and perhaps you have or are looking to try them? Enjoying it while watching Korean dramas seems very exciting. Take a look at the following recommendations for typical Korean food to accompany watching Korean dramas according to eatmgm.com.
1. Spicy Tteokbokki
A typical Korean food that is worth trying to accompany drakoran to make it more exciting is spicy tteokbokki. This tteokbokki culinary dish is usually called rice cake, and is served with boiled eggs, odeng, and a sprinkling of fresh spring onions and sesame seeds. The sauce is red with a spicy taste, very fun to eat while watching dramas or variety shows, right?
In Indonesia itself, tteokbokki comes with a variety of unique and interesting toppings, one of which is mozzarella cheese topping which is appetizing, especially if eaten warm. Tteokbokki can easily be found in supermarkets at affordable prices and tastes delicious.
Instant tteokbokki is easy to find on the Indonesian market and is also sold, namely Mujigae Topokki 300 g and Mamasuka RTC Topokki Original 134 g. How to cook it is easy and the taste is delicious. The topping is sesame seeds, but you can add other toppings according to your personal taste.
Odeng or fish cake is a popular Korean food and is often sold in street food or street food. At first glance, odeng looks similar to intestine satay, but the color is pale white and the size is wider.
Usually, odeng is served with clear sauce or served as an accompaniment to tteokbokki. It’s best to eat it while the soup is still hot!
Jajangmyeon is a typical South Korean noodle dish where the noodles are rather thick and then drizzled with black sauce made from spices and soybean paste sauce. Jajangmyeon is very suitable for anyone who doesn’t like spicy flavors, because this noodle tends to taste sweet and savory.
4. Ramyeon with Gochujang Sauce
Ramyeon is a spicy Korean instant noodle dish that is very popular in Indonesia, and is also very delicious to eat hot while watching Korean dramas. The famous spicy ramyeon is the Samyang brand, and this is widely sold in minimarkets at quite affordable prices and the contents are quite filling.
Ramyeon is most complete when served with gochujang sauce to add a spicy taste and strengthen the flavor of the spices. Then it is topped with sliced green onions, boiled eggs, sliced meat or mozzarella cheese. Just thinking about it is enough to make you hungry.
The recommendation for samyang ramyeon to try making at home as a companion for watching Korean dramas is Samyang Hot Chicken Stew 145 g. This is samyang soup that you can get, you can also buy it online.
5. Kimchi Fried Rice
Kimchi is a typical side dish from Ginseng Country with quite strong spices, the taste is a combination of sour, savory and spicy. Usually Korean people really like to eat kimchi as a side dish for any dish, whether in soup or stir-fry.
One of the delicious typical Korean foods to accompany watching a drama is kimchi fried rice. This dish is very easy to make and is similar to other methods of making fried rice, only the toppings are different. Check out the recipe below.