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Seoul's Global Food Scene

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Authentic Korean restaurants still serve up savory staples like kimchi, galbi, and bibimbap, but it’s becoming easier to find diverse options such as Mediterranean, Central Asian, and even tacos.
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Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Itaewon is known for being the foreigner's district in Seoul, mainly due to its proximity to one of Seoul’s major U.S. military bases. In this expat haven of western-ness, visitors can find plenty of comforts from home. The Frypan fried chicken...
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Gwanghui-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Globalization is this groovy thing leading to all sorts of adventure. I was surprised while living in Central Asia to find how many people had family living in Korea or were Koreans living in the region. With this said, I should not have been...
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2층, 1 Itaewon-ro 15-gil, Itaewon 1(il)-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Finding Mexican Food in Korea is a chore, and if you do, never mind it being anywhere even close to authentic. Enter Vatos Urban Tacos. Run by two guys hailing from California and Texas respectively, Vatos has made the quest for south of the...
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Sinsa-dong, Seoul, South Korea
Prominently situated on Rodeo Drive in the ritzy district of Apgujeong is the aptly named restaurant Salt and Butter. Cooking up what one may call comfort food, I stumbled upon Salt and Butter while window shopping one afternoon. Owned by a Korean...
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Mexican food in Asia sounds like an oxymoron. However, in Seoul, that is not remotely the case. Mexican food has been popping up around the city over the past decade, and it was with great happiness that foreigners living and traveling through...