Weekend Entertaining: Seoul Food

Serving Korean food at your next party? We show you how to serve them in style.

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Annyeong haseyo, Korean fest! Make your Asian spread more inviting by incorporating bowls, wooden boards, and placemats in punchy colors.

Japchae

 Ceramic plates provide the perfect backdrop to a plate of chewy  and springy noodles.

   


Pajeon


Elevate a serving of savory pancakes by using colored wooden boards for trays. Add a bottle of soju for everyone to share!

Beef Bulgogi

Turn the spotlight on this popular Korean dish by using ceramic bowls and colored placemats. Don't forget the kimchi!

Bibimbap

Highlight the vibrant colors of this dish with just metal utensils and placemats. Gochujang served on the side is highly recommended!

Get the recipes for Bibimbap, Japchae, Beef Bulgogi, and Pajeon in the November 2014 issue of Yummy magazine.

You can also download the digital issue here.

Photography by Miguel Nacianceno| Styling by Trinka Gonzales | Recipes by Sahee Kim

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