A traditional Korean meal is composed of streamed rice accompanied by guk (soup), jjigae (thick stew) or jeongol (stew) with various side dishes called banchan such as namul (seasoned vegetable or wild-greens), gui (grilled dishes), jeok (seasoned meat pan-fried or boiled).
In particular, kimchi is world-renowned for its health benifits. The most wel-known Korean foods are galbi (marinated grilled short ribs), bulgogi (barbecued beef), bibimbap (streamed rice mixed with seasoned vegetables and meat), and makgeolli (rice wine).
Traditional royal crusine can also be enjoyed with sinseollo (roayal hot pot), gujeolpan (dish of nine delicacies), and tangpyeongchae (mung-bean jelly mixed with beef and vegetables).
Futher information can be found Korea Tourism Organization.