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Video: Same Roots, Different Shoots

Three South Korean chefs of MICHELIN-starred restaurants in Seoul and New York City join hands to explore the future of new Korean cuisine.

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Video: Same Roots, Different Shoots

Three South Korean chefs of MICHELIN-starred restaurants in Seoul and New York City join hands to explore the future of new Korean cuisine.

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Highlights Of The MICHELIN Guide Seoul 2020 Star Revelation And Gala Dinner

Diners and chefs of MICHELIN-starred restaurants gathered in celebration at the Vista Walkerhill Seoul as the stars were revealed at the glitzy MICHELIN Guide Seoul 2020 Star Revelation and Gala Dinner.

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Pyeonsu, Korea’s Near-Extinct Summer Dumpling

A rare summer delicacy, the Pyeonsu has been overshadowed by other more popular forms of the dumpling.

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The History of the Michelin Guide

The History of the Michelin Guide Considered by many to be the hallmark of global fine dining and quality cuisine, the Michelin Guide wields immense power...

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Common Misconceptions about the Michelin Guide

Common misconceptions about the Michelin Guide 1. A restaurant’s service and décor count towards a star The aim of the Michelin Guide is simple – to introduce...

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All about Bib Gourmand

The Bib Gourmand—named after Bibendum the Michelin Man, the friendly official mascot for the Michelin Group—is a non-starred rating category which recognizes...

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Gomtang Vs. Seolleongtang: A Matter of Technicality

Koreans adore soup. They eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner – they simply cannot live without it. How many other cultures do you know where serving...

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Gejang: Crab, Rendered Sublime

Gejang, also called gejeot in some regions, is a variety of jeotgal. Jeotgal–typically served with rice as a side dish or used as a condiment to flavor...

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T’is the Season! What’s Cooking around the World?

A quick look at some of the time-honored traditions of Christmas around the globe where Christmas is celebrated! Great Britain No traditional Christmas...

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Guk, Tang, Jjigae, Jeongol: Know Your Korean Soup

From the complex Marseillais fish stew that is the bouillabaisse to the hearty crimson-hued borscht eaten across Eastern Europe. From cream of tomato–the...

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Mosimann’s to Bring Signature High-End Catering to Pyeongchang 2018

They say the easiest way to one’s heart and mind is through the stomach. Food is, in fact, one of the oldest tools used in diplomacy, practiced at many...

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8 Fascinating Facts about the Michelin Man

Most people may know him better as the ‘Michelin Man,’ but did you know his name is actually Bibendum (or Bib for short)? The tubby white mascot has been...

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7 Iconic Korean Spring Greens & 4 Basic Namul Sauces

It is the season of bom-namul (bom: spring / namul: wild edible plants), those delightfully bitter and sublimely herbaceous spring greens that grace Korean...

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Natural Wines Find Fans in Korea

Korea is a relatively young market when it comes to wine. Although alcohol is omnipresent in the day-to-day life of many Koreans, wine drinkers still comprise...

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The Humble Anchovy Triumphs as Korea’s Springtime Delicacy

Artwork by @president_of_fish The technicolor frenzy of spring blossoms has come and gone and a more subtle season–that short and sweet middle season between...

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Korea’s Oldest Brew, Explained

Makgeolli, that milky alcoholic beverage Koreans have a soft spot for. Although similar beverages exist outside of Korea, most notably in Japan, makgeolli...

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11 Best Makgeolli & Food Pairing Experiences in Seoul

Michelin Guide Seoul brings you the following list of 11 of the best makgeolli and food pairings you can experience in Seoul as recommended by Makgeolli...

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Know the Difference: Gelato vs. Ice Cream

Down the cobbled streets of narrow alleys, the scent of freshly-baked pizza wafts through the air. Around the corner, small shops tempt passersby with ...

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A Guide to Korean Beef Cuts

Have you noticed how butchers in different cultures often carry cuts of meat that look different from what you are used to seeing back home? I’m not talking...

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