Saehee has two blog spots. The first is an overview of her travels in South Korea. Here you can gain first-hand insight into Korean street food, cultural norms, and interesting landmarks. A great blog to visit if you want to get a local overview of South Korea!
The second blog is about her time in Germany, and what it is like to move from the United States as a Korean-American to Germany. She covers topics such as self-care, culture shock, and driving in Germany.
Kosari Kimchi is homemade and produced by Saehee in Nürnberg. After moving to Germany, Saehee restarted her small food business Kosari Kimchi when she was adjusting to a new life here.
The Kimchi follows a generational recipe passed down to her by her Korean Grandmother. Saehee makes both the original version as well as an adapted version which is fit for vegan and vegetarian consumers.
For more info, please visit one of the websites below:
Saehee's Favorite Korean Cookbooks
Below is a list of some of Saehee’s best picks when it comes to Korean cookbooks. These books highlight Korean cuisine, Korean chefs, and simple recipes that you can follow at home. Click on any of the book titles below to buy them from Amazon:
–The Korean Kitchen: Classic Recipes from the Land of the Morning Calm, Copeland Marks and Manjo Kim
Korean Food Shopping - Nürnberg and Erlangen (Germany)
If you live in Nürnberg or Erlangen, Saehee recommends these stores to buy the best Korean food and ingredients:
Königstraße 14 (im U-Bahnhof Lorenzkirche)
Nürnberger Straße 60A
Go Asia (Above)
Want Want (Above)
Articles and Interviews About Saehee
Here are the Articles and Interviews about Saehee and her work from the USA and Germany. Click on any of the images to read the article/interview:
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