The UP Asian Center will be holding the “Bap Meogeureo Gaja! Tara, Kain Tayo! : A Korean and Filipino (Fusion) Cuisine Demonstration” on 2 December 2020, 10 am – 12 nn, Philippine time, via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public, but interested participants are required to register using an authenticated Zoom account.
ABOUT THE EVENT
This webinar shall introduce two famous Korean foods, bulgogi and kimchi chigue. Bulgogi is Korean equivalent of grilled beef or barbecue. Kimchi-jjigae or kimchi stew is a jjigae, or stew-like Korean dish, made with kimchi and other ingredients, such as pork or seafood, scallions, onions, and diced tofu. It is one of the most common stews in Korean cuisine. It shall give a glimpse of how the authentic dishes and the fusion are made by two chefs, a Korean and a Filipina. Some Korean words about the ingredients will also be introduced.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
ASIAN CENTER @ 65
This activity is part of the Asian Center’s 65th anniversary celebration, with the theme “Asian Center @ 65: Zealously Cultivating Ideas, Ceaselessly Inspiring Minds Across Asia.”
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Recent Developments in Inter-Korea Relations | A Webinar
You may also be interested to attend the webinar, “Recent Developments in Inter-Korea Relations,” which will be held on 2 December 2020, 2 pm, Philippine time, via Zoom. The event is free and open to the public.
This webinar aims to explore recent issues and events that transpired between North and South Korea such as the NoKor’s Nuclear Weapons Program, the summit meetings, and the Trump-Kim meetings. It then seeks to analyze the impact and effects of these events to the domestic political conditions in the two countries. View abstract, speaker profile, and sign up