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  1. 1. SAY KIMCHI! KOREAN FOOD COMIC COLLECTION ILLUSTRATED BY HEEJEONG SOHN WRITTEN BY DANIEL GRAY AND JIA CHOI ONGO FOOD COMMUNICATIONS
  2. 2. Hello everyone! My name is Jia and I am really, super excited to introduce you to my favoritist food: Korean food. Many of my friends who have visited here tell me they think it is very exotic and a little confusing, so I wanted to share what I know about it. Korean food is very exciting and full of history. By understanding the food, you can learn a lot about the Korean customs and the people. Are you hungry? Alright, lets get started! INTRODUCTION i Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  3. 3. ii Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  4. 4. iii Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  5. 5. iv Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  6. 6. BUDAE CHIGGAE: Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  7. 7. Learn More: Budae Chiggae ( ) The Korean War from 1950-1953 was a very difficult time in Korea's History and with the help of many nations. Korea was able to push the North Koreans back to the 38th parallel. During this time, south Korea was introduced to many western foods they had never seen before. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  8. 8. one such dish was called budae jjigae or military stew. This was made from sausage, spam, baked beans, kimchi, cheese, and noodles. *Tip: spam is considered a luxury item in Korea and is often given as gifts. It is used in rice rolls (kimbap) and battered in egg and fried and served as a side dish. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  9. 9. budae jjigae is delicious with rice and you should enjoy it with friends. Oh, add the noodles first and eat just after they are cooked so they don't get soggy. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  10. 10. This dish is sometimes called Johnson Stew after President Johnson of the USA. The songtan area near uijeonbu (north eastern part of seoul is famous for many budae jjigae restaurants. This is also the setting for the television show M.A.S.H. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  11. 11. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  12. 12. Yukhwae* is fresh raw beef that is served over thinly sliced white pear and topped with a raw egg yolk, sesame seeds and sesame oil. Raw Beef! Raw Egg! Oh, My! *Learn more: Yukhwae Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  13. 13. Koreans believe fresh meat that is not cooked is said to be easily digested by the body. to eat, First break the egg yolk and mix into the meat and sesame oil. Then mix the pear into the meat. TIP: The pear juice makes the meat even more tender. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  14. 14. Grab some meat with some crisp pear and dip into sesame oil and eat. Have it with sips of soup and with shots of soju. The most interesting part is that the meat is slightly frozen and then thinly julienned so the meat does not get greasy. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  15. 15. It's actually very delicious and safe to eat. The pear and sesame oil with raw beef is a great combination. You can also enjoy some liver and cows stomach (if you are brave) with this meal. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  16. 16. CABBAGE KIMCHI Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  17. 17. Cabbage kimchi* is one of over 100 different types of kimchi. A long time ago it used to be stored in special ceramic pots called O'nngi and these used to be buried up to its neck to maintain the proper temperature. **Learn More: Baechu Kimchi Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  18. 18. Just before winter, families get together to make a lot of kimchi. Each family might prepare 60-100 heads of kimchi. Mom! We need to make 100 heads of kimchi this winter! we ran out by august this year. Jia dear, I think you are a kimchiholic. Kimchi is eaten at almost every meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even with snack dishes like ramen. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  19. 19. Kimchi is so important that most families have a kimchi refrigerator. To make it it easy to eat, you can cut it with a knife. Tip: Be sure to lay it out flat on a board. before cutting. First cut it lengthwise in half and then cut it horizontally so it will be easy to pick up with chopsticks. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  20. 20. Kimchi is a way to add vegetables and a healthy balance to a meal. Eat it between bites of meat, rice, soup, and other kimchis. Also, You can stirfry it with some oil and bacon to make a topping for hotdogs, burgers and tofu. Aged kimchi is best for kimchi stew with pork or tuna. I love kimchi! Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  21. 21. jia dances with special celebrity guests! Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  22. 22. 61 Oppa is Gangnam style Gangnam style A girl who is warm and humanly during the day A classy girl who know how to enjoy the freedom of a cup of coffee A girl whose heart gets hotter when night comes A girl with that kind of twistMartina of Eat Your Kimchi Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  23. 23. 62 Im a guy A guy who is as warm as you during the day A guy who one-shots his coffee before it even cools down A guy whose heart bursts when night comes That kind of guy Simon of Eat Your Kimchi Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  24. 24. 63 Beautiful, lovable Yes you, hey, yes you, hey Beautiful, lovable Yes you, hey, yes you, hey Now lets go until the end Daniel of Seoul Eats Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  25. 25. 64 Oppa is Gangnam style, Gangnam style Oppa is Gangnam style, Gangnam style Oppa is Gangnam style Eh- Sexy Lady, Oppa is Gangnam style Eh- Sexy Lady oh oh oh oh Hyun-woo, Hyo-jin and Kyeong-eun of Talk to Me in Korean Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  26. 26. 65 Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  27. 27. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  28. 28. Welcome! What are you hungry for? ummm everything... you'll find these mobile food carts piled high with snacks all over Korea. the best ones have tteokbokki: rice cake and spicy sauce and tweggum: various fried snacks. They are all casual, fast and delicious. Learn More: Tteokbokki ( ) Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  29. 29. A good one to start out with is Odeng: fish cake that has been pressed and fried. To eat this, you can pull a stick of odeng out, brush a little soy sauce on it and eat. Enjoy it with a cup of the broth. this is best on cold days. this sure beats scrubbing paint out of my hair. hey, picasso, a little more to the left. tip: be careful with the skewer when you eat. Learn More: O-deng ( ) Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  30. 30. another great dish is tweggum. There are different ones such as squid (Ojingo), noodles wrapped in seaweed (kim mari), Sweet potato (goguma), and vegetable (yachae). warning: the food is hot! Ojingo goguma kim mari this sure beats cutting hair. argh!!! Stop please! Learn More: Tweggum ( ) Learn More: Ojingo ( ) Learn More: Kim Mari ( ) Learn More: Goguma ( ) Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  31. 31. wowSo Spicy, but I can't stop eating. I thought if we were super spicy she would stop eating. She's a monster. TIP: This is a Korean kids favorite! Tteokbokki are soft rice cakes served with spicy sauce. They will be served on a plate or bowl and you can eat it with toothpicks or skewers. Learn More: Tteokbokki ( ) Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  32. 32. Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  33. 33. Soon-dae is korean black sausage. it is A pigs intestines filled with rice or sweet potato noodles and pigs blood. it is then steamed. it is sliced and served with liver and lung. i taste better than i sound. Learn More: Soondae ( ) Press Copy. Property of O'ngo Food Communications. Contact ongofood@ongofood.com. Not to be reprinted.
  34. 34. I like the clear, swee