Gyeonggi-do Korean Food Fair 2015 is organised by Shin Sun Mi Korean Market in Malaysia and supported by Korean government, was held at Setia City Mall, Atria shopping Gallery, Damansara and Tropicana City Mall. K-popped! went to one of the venue, which is… Continue Reading
Gyeonggi-do Korean Food Fair 2015, organised by the Shin Sun Mi Korean Market in Malaysia and supported by Korean government, will be held at Setia City Mall, Atria shopping Gallery, Damansara and Tropicana City Mall. Riding on the popularity of the Korean… Continue Reading
Ever thought of trying to cook those delicious Korean dishes you always see on Korean dramas? Look no further because CNN’s ‘Culinary Journeys’ which features Korean celebrity chef Edward Kwon, will take you on a journey to discover a Korean… Continue Reading
Ever had chicken sooo juicy but feeling guilty afterwards? Well you can stop now as KyoChon serves fried chicken made fresh on order and uses only antibiotic and growth hormone free chickens! It is also MSG free and cooked in… Continue Reading
Korean pop ballad group under JYP Entertainment, 2AM was in Malaysia recently for the launching of dal.komm COFFEE in Damansara Uptown. ‘dal.komm’ from the word ‘dalkomhan’ (달곰한) which means sweet in Korean, is also a combination of the word Danal, the… Continue Reading
Want to have caramel macchiato from Starbucks during meeting at work? Or bibimbap from Bulgogi Brothers as your lunch at home?
If you are a Muslim, you know how challenging it is trying to find halal Korean food in Seoul. You can rest easy now because there is a halal Korean food delivery service!
Hello peeps! What do you say to taking a break from prancing around Gangnam Style, and coming for a refreshing respite at Namoo on the Park? Located in Publika, Solaris Dutamas this warm and inviting cafe and bistro serves healthy… Continue Reading
Photos by Orchid On Aug 25, a few of the K-popped! crew got together for food sampling at Namoo on the Park. The cafe’s Managing Director Kim Sung Yong, played the perfect host. Apart from learning how the Korean dessert cafe… Continue Reading
Do you, like us, have a packet of Nong Shin’s Shin Ramyun noodles at home? If you do, don’t eat it because the Health Ministry of Malaysia is currently testing it for carcinogens. The verdict is out… Continue Reading