A Month of Korean School Food: Days 1-5

A little insight into food from Korea. What people eat daily 🙂

Lee Phelps Photography

Born and raised on a traditional American diet, I was thrown into culture shock just from the change in diet the moment I arrived in South Korea.  Now, I’ve had my fair share of Chinese cuisine, and before I left U.S. soil to teach in the far east, I just assumed that all Asian food was similar to Panda Express.  I couldn’t have been more wrong.  Korean food is incredibly unique to the Asian continent.

It’s a bit late in the game to post something like this (after two years of eating Korean school lunches), but my wife and I have recently been making changes to our lifestyles in an effort to be more healthy.  We’ve taken on the habit of exercising five to six days a week, and we’ve begun to really examine what, and how much we eat.

With the growing obesity epidemic in the U.S. among youth…

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