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 Sheraton D Cube City presents Sheraton Wine Market  Sheraton Seoul D Cube City is holding Sheraton Wine Market from noon to 9:30 p.m. on May 1-31. During the promotion period, guests can enjoy wi...

Updated : 2016.04.29 15:39

[Home Cooking] Saeu ganghoe (Green onion-tied shrimp and asparagus)

Spring is in full swing! Gorgeous spring vegetables are everywhere. Among them is asparagus, which tastes best at this time of year. Another spring treasure is tender, thin green onion, called shilpa....

Updated : 2016.04.29 15:19

Piccolo lattes and hefty cookies at Hayley’s Cafe

There is something deeply satisfying about a cookie, especially when it is fat and plump, cake-like on the inside but crackly crisp and caramelized around the edges -- like the ones at Hayley’s Cafe ...

Updated : 2016.04.29 15:08

7-11 launches ginseng kimbap

A ginseng variety of samgak kimbap was launched at 7-eleven convenience stores in Korea on Tuesday, in collaboration with Korea Ginseng Corporation. Samgak, or triangle, kimbap have long been a conven...

Updated : 2016.04.26 15:52

[Weekender] Tea fields in Boseong beckon with natural green splendors

BOSEONG, South Jeolla Province -- While nearby tropical nations like the Philippines and Indonesia have their hanging rice terraces in Banaue and Tegalalang that serve as major tourist attractions, Ko...

Updated : 2016.04.22 17:50

[Weekender] At one with nature, tea, others

Traditional Korean tea-drinking is not just about the beverage.  It’s based on the harmony of all aspects involved in the process, including nature, attire, interior setting, teaware and people, exp...

Updated : 2016.04.22 17:44

[Home Cooking] Beets, mint and lemon team up in a simple spring salad

The modern beet descends from the ancient sea beet. News that thrilled my inner biologist. Imagine the sea beet, swimming the Indian Ocean. It must have slithered the depths, dodging eels, sharks and...

Updated : 2016.04.22 13:55

‘Breakfast for Dinner’ author gives meal its respect

Asked why she wrote the cookbook “Breakfast for Dinner” (Ryland Peters & Small, $19.95), author Carol Hilker admits that the morning meal doesn‘t always get the time and respect it deserves: “We s...

Updated : 2016.04.22 10:22

China wields increasing power in world wine market: study

PARIS (AFP) -- The global wine market grew almost 11 percent last year as China not only drank more wine but also produced more, the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) said Monday. In a market worth 28.3 billion euros ($32 billion) in 2015, France remains by far the largest...

Updated : 2016.04.19 11:00

[Home Cooking] Nabak kimchi (water kimchi)

Nabak kimchi is a type of water kimchi that’s made with thinly sliced radish squares and other vegetables. It’s easy to make, yet deliciously refreshing. Nabak kimchi is commonly enjoyed in the spr...

Updated : 2016.04.15 16:34

Hanwoo expert uses skills to source prime beef for his restaurant

Samjung Hanu Pub CEO Han Deok-woo takes his beef very seriously, doing everything from sourcing it straight from the auction house to grilling it tableside for hungry customers. “Since I bring in the...

Updated : 2016.04.15 15:00

Salute! Italy toasts booming wine trade

VERONA (AFP) - As he swirls a glass of yellowy green wine made from the trendy pecorino grape, Fabio Centini purrs with enthusiasm. “I hadn't even heard of this grape 15 years ago,” the Italian-bor...

Updated : 2016.04.14 14:16

Busan’s latest hit street food

The saturated fishcake market in port city Busan has embraced creativity for its next-generation street snack. (@seung_ryeoll Instagram)Brainchild of tried-and-tested chef Lee Seung-ryeoll, 53, the ch...

Updated : 2016.04.12 17:28

Fruit not fruity enough? Get your money back

Lotte Super, a major local retailer, will refund all fruit that customers found unsatisfactory in celebration of the 16th anniversary of its foundation.CEO Choi Choon-seok on Tuesday said, “Neither t...

Updated : 2016.04.12 14:30

Korea's homegrown hand-drip coffee brand to enter China

TERAROSA Coffee, a South Korean homegrown brand known for its hand-drip coffees, is gearing up to advance into China this year, as demand for premium coffee products will continue to rise in the world's most populous country, its founder and chief executive said Tuesday.Kim Yong-duek, pres...

Updated : 2016.04.12 09:54