Our Next Food Destination: Welcome to Korea!

Experience a multitude of Korean products, like honey cookies called yakgwa, gochujang sauce, yuzu tea, and somyeon noodles. With the 8 unique products from this month’s box, we hope you enjoy discovering the culture and food traditions of Korea. Start your subscription here!

How to use your Korea Box?

This box is inspired by a customary meal in Korea, where families and friends gather together and sit down cross-legged at a low table. Dinner tables overflow with dozens of dishes, like noodle soups, rice bowls, and a multitude of sauces and pickled vegetables.

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Enjoy your dining experience by drinking a bellini made with gin, prosecco, and mixed with yuzu – a golden citrus from Asia. The sweet yakgwa pair deliciously too!

The included Korean Culture Guide comes with three recipes, as well as with fun cultural facts so you can learn all about Korea’s culture and traditions.

About the Curating Chef, Hooni Kim

New York City’s K-town is famous for its bustling Korean eateries, but Chef Hooni Kim’s food at Danji in Manhattan is in a league of its own. For Chef Kim, food is a way of conveying his deep pride and respect for his Korean heritage. His dishes are made with the highest quality products, including fresh produce from nearby farmers markets, and are created in an artistic, thoughtful way meant to draw upon centuries-old traditions.

©Hooni Kim

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