Product Review: Annie Chun's Go-chu-jang PLUS Recipe

by Tammy Since December 2009, Annie Chun’s — yes, she’s a real person — and CJ Foods stirred up some controversy over the debut of Annie Chun’s gochujang sauce in the U.S. And some in the Korean blogosphere have been gnashing their teeth over this...
Korean food made in the USA

Korean food made in the USA

The Korean government is working overtime to convince Americans (and all foreigners) of the superior benefits of Korean cuisine. Even before the current government’s intervention, private Korean companies such as CJ Corp. and Ottogi already set up a corporate...
Product Review: Annie Chun's Korean Sweet Chili Noodle Bowl

Product Review: Annie Chun's Korean Sweet Chili Noodle Bowl

The Korean blogosphere has been spinning recently over how to introduce Korean cuisine to American markets and, particularly, what should be role of the South Korean government in this popularization. However, Korean food companies on both sides of the Pacific...

Weekly Chosun Article about Food Bloggers–TRANSLATED

Shin has performed an amazing feat in translating this ENTIRE ARTICLE that came out a couple of weeks ago, highlighting Jen, Dan and me. I must say, it’s a good ‘un. It’s a bit ballsy in pushing our critiques–and really, the critiques of a lot...

The Rhetoric of Korean Food Globalization

Greg Boone of Schoolhouse: ROK looks at the current debate on promoting Korean food overseas, particularly the debate between Dan Gray and Andrew Salmon regarding the marketing of makgeolli/makolli. It’s an excellent read that breaks down the rhetoric from the...

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