Korea – Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup/Samgye-tang

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Samgye-tang is a soup dish that is also known as Ginseng chicken soup. The name of the dish of the same category depends upon the use of chicken. In Korean tradition, there are three popular days of the year to have this soup as the culture of Korean cuisine. Whenever it comes to Korean cuisine and traditions, the Great Joseon State, Joseon Dynasty has a big role. The culture of eating Samgye-tang on Bok Days is common even nowadays but it has a tradition that came up from that time.

North/South Korea – Tangpyeong-chae

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Tangpyeong-chae is also known as Mung beans salad or Jelly mung beans. This is a very tasty salad served as BANCHAN, in Korean cuisine. This dish is also a part of the Korean Royal Court Cuisine. The history of this dish is written in the book, Dongguksesigi. This book was written in 1849, and explaining the Tangpyeong policy that means policy for "harmony" and "meditation".

Korea – Beef Jeongol, Korean Style Hotpot

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Jeongol is the dish that is Korean-style Hotpot. The idea of this dish is taken from the Chinese cuisine but have ingredients and cooking method in Korean style. All kinds of meat and vegetables, seasonings are added together in a pot with broth and cooked together. This dish is very similar to the dish, jjigae. Manguksamulkiwon Yeoksa is a book of old Korean customs. In this book, Jeongol is said to be originated in ancient times when soldiers used to cook the food in their helmet by adding all the ingredients they have and cook it. There are many varieties of this dish.

Korea – Soft Tofu Stew

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Soft tofu stew as the name indicates stew having soft tofu as the main ingredient in this dish. This dish is also known by the other name SUNDUBU-JJIGAE. Sundubu is the word for extra soft curdle tofu and Jjigae is the Korean stew category. This is a very delicious stew in Korean cuisine and, it is also known as Spicy tofu stew because Gochujang and chili powder are added to this stew. The origin of soft tofu stew was recorded first time at Joseon Dynasty.

Korea – Hangover Stew

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Haejang Guk is another name for the Hangover stew. It is called the SOUP TO CHASE HANGOVER. It is also named sulguk. The term seongjutang is assumed to be the origin of Hangover stew. It is said that ''soup to get sober'' in nogeoldae, a book of old Chinese published in Goryeo Era. Seongjutang is the first time Hae Jang guk dish was written in this book. There are also many variations of this stew.

Korean – Sundubu-jjigae

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This is a Korean Soup that can be made up from Scratch. The spicy Korean Tofu soup is very popular in Korea. Sundubu-jjigae or Soondubu Jjigae are two names of the same dish, tofu stew. The main component besides seafood is TOFU. There are varieties of JJIAGE, stew dishes of Korean cuisine.

Korean – Samgyetang

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Samgyetang is also known by many other names, Ginseng Chicken Soup is one of the names of this dish. Korean Ginseng is a small plant, with Chicken served as whole chicken in the soup. This dish is no included in the soups category, but in the class of TANG/GUK. This is the custom of Korean Lunar calendar, during which this dish is served. This dish is known as the dish to maintain the stamina in summer.

Korean – Tteokbokki

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Tteokbokki is Korea's very popular dish which usually consists of small rice cakes in a spicy sauce. This dish is also known by another name that is ''Spicy Stir-fried rice cake''. This dish was first recorded in the 19th century in the book of SIUIJEONSEO. This dish has many varieties according to the best ingredients to be added.

North Korea – Japchae ( Stir-fried Glass Noodles )

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These are Korean stir-fried noodles cooked in many Asian countries as a snack and dinner. Japchae is only made from noodles which are made from glass noodles. There are many versions of Japchae which is cooked with different ingredients, with different spices and versions. This dish was on the top list of Korean Royal Court Cuisine.

North Korea – JeonBok-Juk

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This unique dish is also known as Abalone rice white porridge. It is a variety of Juke. Juke is a mixture of porridge, grains, rice cooked with simple vegetables and meat. Rice porridge is a very popular breakfast in Korea. Varieties of juk are available worldwide