Gae-Ran-Ma-Ri(stuffed egg omelet, 계란 말이) is one of popular side dishesfound in Korean dining table. We can make various Gae-Ran-Ma-Ri just adding various vegetable or cheese in beaten eggs such as cheese Gae-Ran-Ma-Ri, Kimchi Gae-Ran-Ma-Ri, vegetable Gae-Ran-Ma-Ri, and so on.
Wine Pairing Ideas for Korean Food — The complexity of flavors in a Korean meal makes it nearly impossible to create a “perfect” pairing, but you can partner wines to provide harmony. The mix of salty, sweet, sour, bitter, and umami with spice pair better with wines that are dry to off-dry, not overly sweet or dense, and not too tannic.
Kimchi (fermented pickled vegetables). The staple dish of Korean food originated to preserve veggies for winter. Traditionally brined radish or cabbage, South Korean kimchi tends to be sweeter, saltier, and spicier than North Korean, which is milder, more acidic, and strong on garlic and ginger. Eat it as a snack or with bibimbap.
Bulgogi(불고기) is thinly sliced or shredded meat marinated in soy sauce, minced garlic, sugar, ground sesame, sesame oil, additional condiments, and cooked on a grill. Bulgogi(불고기) is one of popular Korean foods to both Koreans and foreigners.