Korean food is casually represented by bulgogi and kimchi. In fact,
however, Koreans are proud of their diet, quite varied and full
of nutrition. It is richly endowed with fermented food, vegetables
and grains, soups, teas, liquors, confectionery and soft drinks.
Kimchi and doenjang paste made of soybeans are the best-known examples
of Korean fermented foods, and these have recently become highly
valued for their disease-prevention effects. Korean boasts hundreds
of vegetable and wild-greens dishes. The Korean meal is almost always
accompanied by a big bowl of hot soup or stew, and the classic meal
contains a variety of vegetables. Korean foods are seldom deep-fried
like Chinese food: they are usually boiled or blanches, broiled,
stir-fried, steamed, or pan-fried with vegetable oil.
World Healthiest Foods(Kimchi)