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K-food: The K-drama craze is making more Mumbaikars cook and eat Korean dishes

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Updated on: 03 January,2022 04:43 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Nascimento Pinto | nascimento.pinto@mid-day.com

Indians have been riding the Korean wave for quite a while now and the Covid-19 pandemic has given many Mumbaikars time to obsess about K-dramas more than before. In the first of a series of stories exploring the influence of Korean culture, two Mumbaikars tell us about how they got introduced to Korean food and why they love it so much

K-food: The K-drama craze is making more Mumbaikars cook and eat Korean dishes

Anisha Pullokkaran and her husband have experimented with Korean food by cooking a variety of dishes such as bibimbap (in picture). Photo Courtesy: Anisha Pullokkaran


City-based journalist Neha Tyagi is a bonafide ramen lover. Off late, however, the night owl who was raised on a steady diet of Japanese anime, finds herself reaching for bowls of the spicy Korean instant noodles ‘Nongshim Ramyun’.  “Korean ramen is the perfect midnight snack. You can also make it your own to suit your taste by adding stuff like eggs, cheese and vegetables,” she gushes. 


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