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From meat dishes like bulgogi (grilled marinated beef), samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly) and galbi (grilled beef ribs) to nutritious hanjeongsik (traditional Korea set menus) and bibimbap (rice mixed with vegetables and beef), as well as a plethora of street snacks and seasonal dishes, Korean cuisine is as diverse as it is abundant, and can be enjoyed anytime of the year in Seoul.
Korean meat dishes: Bulgogi, Samgyeopsal, Galbi
Well-being Food: Hanjeongsik, Bibimbap
Boyangsik - Heart-warming and invigorating Korean food
Summer Treats to Beat the Heat
Korean Treats to Warm the Winter Season
Seoul hosts many big and small festivals all year round. The festival venues and the areas around them quickly turn into large gatherings of local citizens as well as international visitors.
Hangang Yeouido Spring Flower Festival is held when flowers are in full bloom to create a seemingly endless tunnel of cherry tree blossoms on Yunjungno Street.
In celebration of the birth of Buddha (April 8 on the lunar calendar), Lotus Lantern Festival offers visitors a chance to experience Korea's unique Buddhist culture as well as to enjoy a parade of colorful lotus lanterns in downtown Seoul.
Korea in Motion invites visitors of all nationalities to overcome language barriers while enjoying Korea's top non-verbal performances.
Every fall, large crowds gather at Hangang Waterfront Citizen Park to enjoy splendid fireworks by artists from all around the world.
Seoul Yangnyeongsi Herb Medicine Culture Festival is held at the Yangnyeongsi market, which specializes in medicinal herb distribution. The festival is a great opportunity to experience Korean herb medicine, and purchase medicinal herbs at affordable prices.