We recommend korean style food for the muslim.

Unfortunately, Korea has not yet Halal korean restaurant.

So we are preparing Halal Korean lunch (Bento).

Coming Soon.






김치 Kimchi


Ingredients: Cabbage (or radish, cucumber, etc), julienne radish, minced garlic,

                    diced green onion, salted fish, salt



Cabbages and other vegetables are soaked in salt water, then seasoned with different spices before being fermented. There are many different types of kimchi, such as cabbage kimchi (the most common), cucumber kimchi, radish kimchi, cubed radish kimchi, green onion kimchi, and more. It is a health food filled with vitamins, minerals.

비빔밥 Bibimbap


Ingredients: Rice, fernbrake, roots of balloon flower, bean sprout, beef,

                    red pepper paste, sesame oil



A dish made by mixing rice with various other cooked vegetables. Great for experiencing different vegetables, pleasing to the eye, and full of nutrients. Jeonju's variation of bibimbap is most famous.

냉면 Naengmyeon (Buckwheat noodles in a cold broth)


Ingredients: Noodles made of buckwheat or starch, beef broth, thin slices of beef,

                    julienne cucumber, julienne pear, boiled egg


Noodles served in cold beef broth- the soup is refreshing. There is also bibim naengmyeon, which doesn't have soup but is mixed with red pepper paste instead.

해물탕 Haemul-tang (Spicy seafood stew)


Ingredients: Crab, clam, shrimp, fish, radish, red pepper paste,

                       red pepper powder, green onion, garlic



Various seafood are boiled before adding red pepper paste and red pepper powder. The broth is both refreshing and very spicy.

죽 Juk (Porridge)


Ingredients: Various Grains



Water (6 or 7 times the amount of grain) is poured over grain and boiled for a long time. There are many variations of juk such as pine nut juk, sesame juk,jujube juk, red bean juk, beef juk, pumpkin juk, and abalone juk.



김밥 (Gimbap)


Cooked rice is slightly seasoned with sesame oil, salt, and sesame seeds. Then it is placed on a sheet of dried laver. Strips of ham, pickled radish, seasoned spinach, and egg are then placed close together on the rice. it is then carefully rolled together until the roll is evenly shaped.

The street vendors usually sell a mini-roll.

부침개 / 전 (Buchimgae/Jeon)


Kimchi or seafood is stirred in a flour mixture, and then pan-fried in oil. Depending on the ingredients of choice, some types of buchimgae include kimchi-jeon and seafood-jeon. 

떡볶이 (Tteok-bokki)


Rice powder is steamed and made into a long cylinder-shaped rice cake called garaetteok. It is cut into finger size pieces and cooked in a spicy and sweet sauce. Meat, vegetables or ramyeon can be added depending on different tastes. Tteok-bokki, along with gimbap and odaeng(skewered fish cake), is one of the most common foods sold by street vendors. 

어묵 (Eomuk)


This is usually referred to as odaeng. Odaeng is a kind of fish cake. It is made of ground fish. This fish cake is skewered and soaked in boiling water along with radish and green onions. This popular dish is especially loved during the cold winter months

튀김 (Twigim)


This crispy fried treat is made in the same style as Japanese Tempura. Squid, dumplings, sweet potatoes, imitation crab, and assorted vegetables are among some of the most popular varieties of twigim that are served up on the street.

붕어빵/국화빵/계란빵 (Bungeo-ppang/ Gukhwa-ppang/ Gyeran-ppang)


Bungeo-ppang gets its name from its fish-like shape. This sweet snack is molded in the shape of a carp, which is called bungeo in Korean. A pancake batter-like shell is filled with red-bean paste and then baked; it is especially enjoyed in the winter. Gukhwa-ppang is shaped like a flower and is slightly smaller than that of the similar tastingbungeo-ppang. Gyeran-ppang is also made of a pancake batter-like shell, but this is filled with an egg instead of the red bean filling

호떡 (Hotteok)


Flour and sugar are kneaded together and shaped into a small ball. Vegetables are sometimes added to the batter. Sugar and cinnamon are usually the staple fillings.

쥐포, 마른 오징어 (Jwipo/ Dried Squid)


Jwipo is a type of dried fish. At street carts, jwipo and dried squid are roasted over a bed of pebbles.

와플 (Waffle)


Like Europe and America, Korea has also begun to enjoy the taste of the waffle. Waffles are usually topped with honey or apple jam and butter.



We are preparing Halal Korean lunch (Bento).