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Posted by on Sep 23, 2010 in Korean Culture, Korean Food | 3 comments

Mi-sook recommends: Korean-style food blog

Mi-sook recommends: Korean-style food blog

Korean-style food blog is the food blog of KOREA.net, which is the official website of the Republic of Korea, aka South Korea.

Korea.net is the Korean government’s official English website and run by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOIS), an arm of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

If you want to know what the South Korean government thinks of the strange recipes weygooks (non-Koreans) are making with Korean foods as well as what Koreans themselves are trying to do to make traditional Korean food more popular worldwide, this site should at the top of your reading list.

They also promote food bloggers who are promoting Korean food culture and making it more accessible to non-Koreans.

3 Comments

  1. Quite frankly, that blog stinks. It&#39;s boring, for one. And devoid of personality. Does anyone really care what the Korean government thinks? I sure don&#39;t.<br /><br />On top of that, it actually announced the &quot;Gala Buddhist Temple Food Event in NYC&quot; days after it actually happened. Thanks for the &quot;news!&quot;<br /><br />I&#39;m starting to think &quot;Mi-Sook Recommends&quot

  2. I think also it is only my invitation only as I can&#39;t log in there.

  3. Milgwimper, it wasn&#39;t an invitation only site when this post was originally published. Since then, the Korean government has created several Korean food blogs.

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