TTMIK Culture Ramblings – Food

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When you travel to a foreign country, one of the first things you might do is eat! Food is one of the best ways to learn about a culture, even if you don’t know the language all that well. No matter where you go, there will be foods that are strange but super delicious, and some things that look great, but aren’t so tasty. Korea has so many different and interesting food choices that the learning experience is nearly never-ending no matter how long you have lived in Korea. Listen to Kerri (expatkerri), Hyojin, and Stephanie talk about some great and interesting food experiences they’ve had in Korea!

Welcome to  “TTMIK Culture Ramblings”! In each episode, you will listen to a roundtable discussion, in English, between people who were born and raised in Korea and someone with a different perspective. These 100% real and unscripted laid-back conversations cover various topics related to Korea and Korean culture. If you have any topics that you’d like us to discuss, be sure to tell us in the episode’s comments section

 


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  • rigo

    for some reason the recording cuts short , but nice topic anyway
    I didn’t know that being a vegetarian was such a novelty in korea
    very interesting

    • We’ve re-uploaded the file! Thanks 🙂

  • Mary

    I know a Korean teacher who teaches Korean in Beijing Korean Culture Center and is a vegetarian. 🙂

    • Hyojin

      Nice 🙂