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Aug 11th

Korea’s Summertime Cold Noodle

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When you’re looking for a good, authentic Korean dish to enjoy during the hot summer months, you can’t go wrong with naengmyeon. The traditional Korean cold noodle, this dish is popular throughout the country for when the weather turns warm. The naengmyeon noodle is akin in many ways to the more familiar soba noodle from […]

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Apr 7th

The Year of the Sheep

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Recently, people across the globe celebrated the arrival of the Year of the Sheep. This is the eighth year in the traditional, Chinese-style lunar calendar. Since eight is recognized by the Chinese as a lucky number, the influence of the Sheep is said to bring times of great prosperity. The Year of the Sheep is […]

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Aug 4th

Exchanging Business Cards the Korean Way

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If you ever practice international business, there is a pretty good chance that you may eventually end up dealing with representatives from South Korea. There are many businesses run by Koreans or Korean immigrants who are eager to connect with businesses in the Northwest. It therefore pays to know the etiquette that goes with business […]

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May 19th

The History of Rice

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Have you ever wondered about where rice came from? From times immemorial to our Seattle Korean restaurant, this grain is doubtlessly the most important crop ever to be cultivated by humankind. It has been a primary source of food for a greater number of people over a longer period of time than any other food […]

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