Eat, Shop and Relax in Seoul We just came back from a week spent in South Korea - between Seoul, the 2018 Winter Olympic host and Jeju Island, here's a guide to our favorites... B uddhist temples meet designer boutiques - as South Korea's largest city, Seoul certainly has a claim on being one of the financial and [...]
Seoul is one of those cities where it’s not a challenge for Muslims to find a decent place to eat. Because of the presence of South Korea’s Muslim minority and the government’s strong policies safeguarding Muslim culture and practices, there are a lot of restaurants in Seoul that serve halal-certified yet traditional Korean food. Fret not, our dear Muslim travellers. Halal food is on the way! :D
Korean food is unique, colorful and full of flavor. Korean food is typically prepared in a way that makes it easy to eat using chopsticks or a spoon and most westerners to Korea quickly fall in love with many of the common dishes listed above.