Bibimbap is by far one of Korea’s most popular dishes, and it’s found in almost every traditional restaurant in Seoul. Once you’ve sampled it, you’ll understand why.
Imagine a large bowl is placed before you, filled with a heaping portion of steamed white rice. It’s topped with a colorful medley of veggies like spinach, garlic, cucumbers, bean sprouts and mushrooms. A fried egg on top is the piece de resistance.
This artistic dish is almost too beautiful to eat, but the hearty smell makes your stomach rumble and you are forced to dig in. Mix in chili pepper paste and kimchi to taste.