Halal Korean street food and where to get them in Singapore
3. Korean pancakes (jeon)
5. Corn dog
Make your own Korean dishes at home and reminisce your travelsIf you want to whip up your own Korean dishes but not sure how to, don’t worry! As part of Halal Restaurant Week Korea 2021, you can look forward to the Halal K-food Cooking Studiowhich features 5 Korean recipe videos - mushroom japchae, samgyetang, kimchi pancake, gimbap and bulgogi. There will also be a series of videos called Unboxing Korea where which will feature famous Korean tourist attractions and Muslim-friendly restaurants in Seoul, Busan, Andong, Gangneung and Jeonju. All you have to do is head over to the Wow Korea Youtube channelfrom 3 September to 5 November 2021 - there’ll be a new video every Friday. Besides these 5 places, other parts of Korea also has plenty of exciting new attractions and Muslim-friendly eateries, such as Gangwon-do. Check out this video on things to do at Gangwon-do once borders reopen:HHWT is also having a giveaway on our Instagram where you can recreate your favourite Korean dishes and stand a chance to win halal Korean dining vouchers, so stay tuned! If you’ve missed Korea and can’t wait to travel there, check out these halal Korean street food in Singapore and the Halal Restaurant Week Korea 2021. Trust us, you’ll get to feed your wanderlust for Korea. Which Korean street food is your favourite? Let us know in the comments section! This article is brought to you by Korea Tourism Organization (Singapore).