Koreans have been preparing and enjoying hwachae since the Koryo Kingdom.
Watery radish kimchi has been enjoyed by Koreans for well over 1500 years since the Three Kingdoms period.
Koreans have enjoyed loach soup since ancient times both for its good taste and high nutritional value.
The Korean people have long used fermented bean in their dietary life.
Head chef Pak Yon Ok (middle) teaches other cooks how to cook oxtail soup. The Ullim Restaurant, located in Kyonghung-dong of Pothonggang District, Pyongyang, is renowned for beef dishes. “Oxtail soup is […]
Fermented rice cakes have been enjoyed by the Korean people for hundreds upon hundreds of years originating in the Koryo Kingdom period.
The Okryu Restaurant has been serving traditional dishes loved by the Korean people for now over 60 years.
Unjong tea cultivated in South Hwanghae and Kangwon Provinces are more frequently being enjoyed at countless tea houses.
Restaurants in the DPRK are serving dishes special to the summer months and which have excellent nutritive values.
Dishes originating from Hamgyong Province are now spreading in popularity all over the country.
Inaugurated in 2018, the restaurant at a picturesque spot beside the Taedong river is supplying fresh delicious fish to citizens.
Products of the Pyongyang Corn Processing Factory are gaining increasing popularity among working people.
The Pyongyang Terrapin Farm is producing hundreds of thousands of terrapins to be used for traditional Koryo medicine and nutritious Korean dishes.
Four iconic dishes of the Pyongyang area perfectly represent the culinary culture of the region.
The Songyo Foodstuff Factory is working hard to diversify foodstuffs increasingly enjoyed by the people.
Various boiled rices have been a staple food of the Korean nation for thousands of years.
Delightful dishes of the Korean nation served in Spring are both tasty and nutritious.
Healthy traditional soup prepared for its high nutritive value.
Traditional foods from Hwanghae Province well know for their taste, appearance, and aroma.
Yakpap, a traditional dish originally prepared in the 15th century, is still enjoyed today.
Tea house on Changjon Street in Pyongyang serves as marvelous hub of Korean tea culture.
Delightful dishes made for hundreds of years in Phyongan area still loved by the Korean people today.
Breads, cakes, and pies from the Rungna Foodstuff Factory are growing in popularity.