The elements are falling into place: charismatic young chefs, growing media interest and a substantial immigrant population. Add to these a strong presence at major food shows, coupled with a newly announced government initiative to put its cuisine in the world spotlight, and it’s clear that the foods and flavors of Korea are poised for crossover.It’s breaking out. The last few decades have seen growing presence of Asian cuisines like Japanese and Thai, but Korean has been strangely missing ...
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