Oh! The Drama, Korean Dramas are Coming to America

The Rise of Korean Television in America If you’ve read the blog long enough, you may have seen some of our past articles about Korean dramas. For the uninitiated, Korean dramas are a more like a movie than a television series. A drama tells a story from beginning to end, usually in 16 to 20 [...]

Always Uttori Food makes Kimbap Burgers

Kimbap Burger Americans love a good beef burger, but these days, burgers are a lot more diverse than just a beef patty on a bun. From chicken to black beans, there's a burger to suit every taste. The most recent burger craze is one that features sushi. The sushi burger seems to be all over [...]

5 Date Ideas Inspired by Korean Dramas

If you’re a long time reader of this blog, you might have noticed that I’m a fan of Korean Dramas (K-Dramas). For those not familiar with k-dramas, they are Korean television shows, typically 12-24 episodes in number. The shows focus on both historical and contemporary fictional stories. As of 2012, K-dramas, along with other Korean cultural [...]

An INTJ’s Top 5 Favorite Korean Dramas

An INTJ's Top 5 Favorite Korean Dramas So, you already know the 10 reasons I love Korean dramas, but what are some of the dramas, I as an INTJ, like? If you’re really into K-dramas, chances are you’ve seen at least one of the dramas listed here.  Even if you've seen them before, hopefully, you [...]

It’s All About the Kimichi – Always Uttori Book Review

The Kimchi Cookbook Kimchi. It’s having a moment here in America, but in Korea, it’s a beloved dish that has been a part of daily life in the country for thousands of years, having been first mentioned in The Chapter of Dongyi, in the Book of Wei, the Record of the Three Kingdoms, along with its primary [...]

10 Reasons an INTJ loves Korean Dramas: Part 2

Back at it with the final five reasons I love K-Dramas. If you missed part one, you can check it out here! 6. Innocence It’s always jarring to me when I switch over from my Xbox (after watching Viki) to American TV. It seems like half the shows on American TV are every iteration of [...]