Meaning “mixed rice,” Bibimbap is a bowl full of goodness.  A signature dish of South Korea, the rice bowl is topped with seasonal vegetables, gochujang (spicy chili paste), and sometimes an egg or beef.  I ate this one at the airport in South Korea (ICN), and had 3 more on my flight to follow.  I loved it so much, that I make this for dinner multiple times per week.  Oh yeah, South Korean food always has wonderful condiments and one you can’t miss is kimchi– spicy and garlicky fermented cabbage.

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  1. What an incredible blog! I’m leaving in a couple of weeks to study abroad in Korea, and have been browsing travel blogs to get a sneak peak into what to expect. I’m also from Denver, Co, and am amazed at how much traveling you plan to do. Do you have any helpful tips about Korea or highly recommended places to visit?

    1. Thank you for the kind words. I do travel as much I can, and enjoy it tremendously. I don’t have any specifics on Korea, as I only traveled through it briefly. I’m afraid I won’t be too much help (except for what to eat). Have a blast in Korea, I hope to spend much more time there in the near future.

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