Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Intro to Korean dining


There are a few things different about Korean dining from the American dining. I thought I should explain it briefly for those people who aren’t familiar with it. These days many Korean restaurants have been americanized so you can order snacks like pancakes and pot stickers as appetizers before you start your “main course”. If you do Korean traditional fine dining, as the Korean royalties used to have, there are many courses but in normal dining, there aren’t any “courses”. You order what you want and Banchan and rice would usually come out first so many people think Banchans are the Korean appetizers but it’s suppose to be eaten as part of your main meal. Of course, you can eat which ever dish in however order you want. We Koreans are not fussy with dining etiquettes. Double dipping is almost required in Korean dining because we share everything! We are all about enjoying the food the way you like it. No one’s going to to force you to eat a side dish you don’t like. You pick and choose what you like to eat and that’s the fun part about Banchan in Korean dining.

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