A toast tradition: Korean alcohol

You don’t have to travel to Korea to enjoy its distinctive, fermented alcohol. You can easily make your own brew at home, using basic ingredients and a simple recipe.

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What they wore at Chanel Cruise

Kristen Stewart, Tilda Swinton and Gisele Bundchen were among the A-listers who stepped out in Chanel at its Cruise 2015-16 […]

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My Story: Jang Jin-Sung

A former court poet and propagandist for North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, Jang Jin-Sung was forced to defect after a life-changing turn of events. He describes to MiNDFOOD the atrocities he witnessed under the totalitarian regime and his heart-stopping flee to freedom.

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Korean families prepare to meet relatives across border

Separated family members in North and South Korea prepare to meet relatives during reunions set to take place later this week.

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Penguins take on Santa at South Korean zoo

Decked out in Santa suits, penguins bring Christmas cheer to visitors at a South Korean zoo, treating them to a daily parade until Christmas.

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It’s kimchi time for Korea’s needy

Over 2,000 people gather in Seoul to make 140 tonnes of a spicy and salty fermented cabbage dish to help feed the poor in winter.

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Olympic fans “appalled” by badminton scandal

Fans are outraged over poor level of play, sportsmanship after eight badminton players were disqualified for reportedly throwing their matches. MiNDFOOD Reports.

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Scores killed in North Korea floods

North Korea’s state media reports that 88 people have been killed in floods brought on by heavy downpours.

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Buddhist novices are on the ball

South Korea’s biggest Buddhist order holds a soccer match among young novices to celebrate Buddha’s upcoming birthday.

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COCKTAIL RECIPE: Momo by Todd Fletcher, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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Five minutes with: Kathy Phillips

This Works creator Kathy Phillips explains the benefits of essential oils and aromatherapy, on MiNDFOOD reports.

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North Korean beer: Great taste, low proliferation

North Korea’s very own brew is enjoyed by locals and foreigners, who say it is superior to the mass-marketed beers from the South, MiNDFOOD reports.

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