When Koreans sit down to a traditional meal, they relax on a clean paper floor. The meal comes to them on a low table. Usually food is served in a nearly arranged collection of small metal bowls. Generally used is pair of chopsticks and a flat soupspoon. Foreigners may be surprised to find that Koreans will often eat a bowl of rice and may be have an extra helping even though dishes remain unfinished. Continue reading
Deep within a cave beneath a hill in Northen Seoul, four men sit around a low round table, drinking small bowls of a milky white liquor they pour from a teapot. Stop in the guljip -cave house, one of Seoul most unusual drinking spots.