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14 thoughts on “Korean Cuisine: First Taste of Korean Royal Dishes”

    1. I must admit that my eyes were bigger than my stomach 🙂 Fortunately, we have a healthy eater in our group. Or else I couldn’t finish it at all.

  1. Everything looks so good and it’s so prettily put together as well. But I’m sure I would be full after only 2 courses. Still, seems to be worth the experience if allowed to nap afterwards 🙂

  2. This sounds absolutely amazing, and I’d love to try it. I’m not a foodie, and generally stick to eating minimally, but your post has convinced me that I need to be more adventurous. I wonder if they would let me and my husband share one order? We both have small appetites. Always worth asking.
    Alison

    1. Maybe you should go for lunch. Normally, lunch is lighter than dinner, with 3-4 dishes. But I’m not sure whether Jiwahja offers lunch or not.
      You can check Korea House. They serve a wide variety of set menu. But I didn’t try their food, so I cannot tell much about the quality. My gut says they are no less delicious 🙂 https://www.chf.or.kr/combine/content/list/913

  3. Mokcha!!
    I watched a few Koren novelas during Lockdown and I saw that Koreans really eat with big portions.
    Where are the Kimchi and Bulgogi and Theobokki? Hahaha
    Those Abalones looks so good but I never ever tried eating Oysters…or is the taste same as clams?

    A well prepared food and lovely presented always makes it more appetizing!

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