5 Popular Korean Foods That K-pop Stars Love To Eat

Are you a fan of everything K-Pop? Do you want to know everything about your idols? Or perhaps just another curious person who wants to try some good Korean food? Fear no more, here are a few dishes K-Pop stars love to eat! There are gonna be a lot of K-Pop references so you might as well start listening to some music too!

Korean Fried Chicken

If you want to add a little more “personality” (ooh fancy) to your fried chicken then you’ve got to try this. This spicy Korean morsel of heaven is on the top of BTS member Jin’s list.

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Tteokbokki

You’ve probably watched Squid Game by now, right? (RIP Ali they did you so wrong) Then you probably know what tteokbokki is. It’s a favorite among SEVENTEEN’s Joshua and TWICE’s Jeongyeon. Pair it with some ramen and you’ve got a delightful meal for two!

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Tonkatsu

It’s basically a Japanese deep-fried pork cutlet. Sounds boring, tastes FANTASTIC. Don’t believe me? Well, you probably should but hear it from BTS member Jimin and EXO’s Chanyeol! (you’re gonna end up believing me)

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Kimchi

It’s the most popular Korean side dish/cooking ingredient. And guess what, it tastes good with everything! BTS’s Jimin and J-Hope and Red Velvet’s Yeri and Seulgi swear by it.

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Ganjang Gejang

Fermented raw crab cooked in soy sauce, spicy kimchi, and rice. Jin’s “Epiphany” playing the background. Sounds soul-soothing right? It’s a favorite among BTS members V and J-Hope.

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Desserts

I mean, are we surprised? People as sweet as these K-Pop stars most definitely have a sweet tooth. Some of these sweethearts are Blackpink’s Jenny and BTS’s RM and Jungkook. Jungkook in particular loves ice cream and jelly. You and me pal.

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Now we know what makes their skin look that good. Pair any of these dishes with some Korean music, and you’re good to go!

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