Sometimes it feels strange to be a person of Italian decent, whose Nonna was a chef, and yet be so interested in learning to cook Korean food. It’s even stranger to think back on where the urge to learn more about Korean food came from.
The delicate pink Korean cherry blossoms flowers are like a new falling snow. Confetti of the springtime. The cherry blossom season is fleeting, so there is a build up to it reported in newspapers and on television.
March 1st is an important day for the Korean people. Do you know why? It is the day know as Korean Independence Movement Day. The day that was the beginning of the Korean Independence Movement. Find out more about this special day by reading the latest My Korean School Blog!
Summertime in Australia is always something to get excited about. The heat, the endless afternoons, holidays by the beach, reading a book in the shade. To a Korean, it is interesting how food culture in Australia also changes with the seasons as it does in Korea.