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Korea’s ‘chicken... Move over Colonel Sanders, because KFC is starting to take on a whole new meaning -- Korean Fried Chicken. Korea’s popular pairing of fried chicken with ice-cold draft beer --... by Korea’s ‘chicken’ culture spread 06/19/2016 Details

Love pork belly? Try S... Koreans love pork and also utilize every part of the pig, from head to toe. Like the Pinoys’ love for pork belly dishes like inihaw na liempo (grilled pork belly) and lechon ka... by Love pork belly? Try Soban K-Tow 06/04/2016 Details

8,000 Chinese tourists... A group of 8,000 employees from a Chinese company will visit South Korea next month to taste Korean traditional ginseng chicken soup, the Seoul city government said Wednesday. ... by 8,000 Chinese tourists to visit 05/14/2016 Details

KTO Tourist Informatio... The main Tourist Information Center (TIC) is located on the second level of Korea Tourism Organization’s (KTO) Seoul Office, located on Cheonggyecheon-ro in Jung-gu. At the TIC, ... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 04/12/2016 Details

1330 Travel Hotline & ... 1330 Korea Travel Hotline, operated by Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), is a one-stop helpline available as a public service for local and international travelers. For any inq... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 04/12/2016 Details

Cherry Blossoms in Yeo... For countries which experience a more forgiving climate compared to the Philippines, spring marks a new beginning as everything comes back to life. Thus, it is only appropriate to ... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 03/09/2016 Details

(Hoengseong: Jjin-ppan... Jjin-ppang is soft and fluffy steamed bun with red bean paste filling. It is particularly popular in the winter and offers the fun of blowing on hot, fresh-steamed bun. In Anheung-... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 01/21/2016 Details

(Jumunjin: Ojingeo-ppa... Jumunjin in Gangneung, Gangwon-do is a coastal region famous for squid (ojingeo in Korean). Accordingly, ojingeo-ppang became Jumunjin's signature squid bread. The cute squid-... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 01/20/2016 Details

(Tongyeong: Kkul-ppang... Kkul-ppang, literally meaning "honey bread," was first introduced in the early 1960s, not long after the Korean War. It was originally made for sailors as a snack that can be store... by DOO GUESTHOUSE 01/19/2016 Details