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What to do in Korea: Bau House Dog Cafe

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If you like dogs and want to spend an afternoon petting over 25 different dogs then you should head over to Bau House Dog Cafe. The spacious cafe has a feeling of love as dogs prance around and are loved by the many patrons that come. The place has an energetic feel and the place […]

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Weekly Bar Specials in Seoul, Korea

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Chris Lewis and the good folks at the Seoul Eats Facebook Group made a weekend bar special schedule for people looking to grab some food and drinks in the Itaewon and Gangnam Area. The list is constantly being updated so if you need to add one to the list let us know. The graph version […]

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Dan’s recommendations for Seoul.

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On my food tours, my guests often ask for some recommendations of restaurants for the rest of their stay in Seoul. Here are some of my recommendations for what you can’t miss in Korea during your stay. Food: Lee chon Bok tuna: All you can eat with chefs that act like pirates. Over by Sookmyeong […]

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Geographical Indication, 지역식품

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안녕하세요, 저희는 컬러너리투어리즘(음식관광)을 통하여 전세계에 우리의 음식문화를 알리고, 관광자원으로 개발하고 있는 온고푸드커뮤니케이션즈입니다. 저희는 이번에 EU(유럽연합)와 함께 GI 상품에 대한 프로모션을 진행 중에 있습니다. GI 상품(Geographical Indication, 지역식품)이란 지역적 특성과 고유한 제조법을 간직하고 있는 식품, 와인 및 증류주 등에 GI 품질 인증 라벨을 붙임으로서 국내외 소비자들이 신뢰하고 제품을 구매할 수 있도록 한 상품을 말합니다.

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Event: Experience the Confucianist Meal Style from 1908 at Hakindang House in South Korea

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In Jeonju, the ideas of traditional cuisine are still alive. At Hakindang house, you can experience a traditional Confucianist-style meal from the year 1908 in a beautifully restored hanok. The family at Hakindang follow traditional recipes that have been handed down for generations- preserving the taste for their ancestors who have passed away.

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