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Korean Cuisine

By The Art Institutes

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Description

Learn from our renowned Chefs as they take you on a culinary tour through Korean Cuisine.

Customer Reviews

What!?

The food that the cook had made looks good, but is not Korean. You need to make sure that if you are saying that you are preparing Korean food, then get a truly Korean person to cook the food. This was disrespectful.

Not Korean!

How do you have someone who is clearly not Korean teach some thing he is unfamiliar with?!?! I'm not saying you need to be Korean to teach Korean food, but clearly this guy has no idea! These video collections have been a waste of time! Please make new ones!

Oh...crap

He knows nothing about Korean cuisine... I'm truely worried that maybe someone out there could follow this recipe and think it's korean food. I am Korean but I've never seen that kind Bibim kuksu and Bibim nangmyun ( i didn't check the others). Especially Bibim kuksu lecture, it's more like Japanese style! Even the main ingredient, Korean hot pepper paste, doesn't seem like one...