For international travelers, Korea offers a wide range of restaurants that are comparable to those in the most cosmopolitan cities around the world. Healthy Korean food is the most popular. Whether the establishment serves Western beefsteak or Vietnamese noodles, you will be welcomed there with open arms.
Authentic Korean cuisine is nutritious and healthful, combining medicinal philosophy, exciting flavors, and aesthetic
considerations. Daily meals have long been treated as more of a restorative medicine and are prepared with fresh vegetables and seasonal ingredients. The most striking feature of Korean food may be its fermentation. Almost all
Korean side dishes are made with at least one fermented condiment—soy sauce, bean paste or hot pepper paste even more famous Korean food is kimchi, which was chosen in 2006 as one of the five most healthful foods in the world by Health magazine, an influential periodical published in America. Kimchi contains numerous nutrients, including vitamins A, B and C and lactic acid.