Chris in South Korea Reviews the Korean Food Dictionary iPod Application

Uh, oh...I'm scared. I know the application isn't perfect. We'll be doing an update as soon as we get a better idea things we need to tweak.  Anyway, thank you Chris for taking the time to write this up.

Here's a short excerpt:

Put together by Daniel Gray from Seoul Eats and the O'ngo Team, the Korean Food Dictionary app offers a great look at Korean foods. The app isn't perfect, but it's the best on the market as of now. With over 130 different dishes described available, you won't find everything under the sun - but the most common dishes are all here.
 Go here to read the rest: Chris in South Korea 

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