Asian fusion is one of the most popular concept for restaurants nowadays and Hwaro in San Francisco is no exception.
By its own description, Hwaro is a Korean restaurant featuring “traditional cooking with a California twist.” This includes a mix of authentic Korean cuisine and one-of-a-kind dishes!
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Almost everyone has heard of Korean BBQ before and for a good reason. It is not only delicious but a fun activity to do with friends and family.
Sound fun? Are you in need of a good place for somewhere to get great Korean BBQ? Look no further than Gen Korean BBQ House!
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If you are a student at San Jose State University and interested in Korean culture in the bay area, you are in luck!
SJSU has its own club, the Korean Entertainment Student Association, or KESA!
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The Eastbay Korean Language meetup group is hosting an event on this Saturday, December 17th at Springer Gateway Plaze on the campus of UC Berkeley.
Come out between 4pm and 5pm to meetup with new friends and practice your Korean!
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The San Francisco Korean Language & Culture Meetup group is hosting an event on Wednesday, November 23rd from 6:00 to 9:00 pm.
Located at Under the Dome, Westfield Shopping Center (845 Market St.), the group will meet by the cafe at the longest table on the 4th floor.
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Surprising this seemingly French bakery is actual in fact a South Korean based company that has become a staple in the life of Koreans all over the world with over 3,000 stores worldwide.
Luckily enough for us, we have a Paris Baguette right here in the Bay Area in Santa Clara, CA.
Korean deserts can be quite different from what we here in the United States
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Karaoke–it is a definite staple of almost every Asian culture and Koreans are no exception. Korean karaoke bars, or noraebang (노래방), are a fun way to blow off steam after a long, stressful day of work or just have fun with some friends.
Playground is a primarily Korean karaoke bar located in Japantown, San Francisco that’s main goal Continue reading “Playground Korean Karaoke: San Francisco”