Slideshow: Traveling, Eating, and Drinking Around Korea

Pyeongchang

Pyeongchang is known for its buckwheat. We did a scene where I tried a lot of buckwheat dishes. This one was Memil Guksu. It was done like a Naengmyeon, but the noodles were a bit softer. I also had some makkolli with this. During my travels, I made sure to try the local makkoli. The specialty in the Pyeongchang region was buckwheat flower makkolli. Sweet.

I have more Pyeongchang food at this post.

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