A dish of dotori-muk, or acorn jelly, at Hansik Goo. It is one of many Korean restaurants that have opened in Hong Kong in the past few years. Photo: Hansik Goo
A dish of dotori-muk, or acorn jelly, at Hansik Goo. It is one of many Korean restaurants that have opened in Hong Kong in the past few years. Photo: Hansik Goo

Korean food options in Hong Kong grow, with fine-dining restaurants and more supermarkets, thanks to the pandemic and the Korean wave

  • Interest in Korean culture and pandemic restrictions could be the reason there are now so many Korean restaurants and supermarkets in Hong Kong, say insiders
  • These include fine-dining options, with restaurants in Korea opening in the city. But the industry will need to work to convert passing interest into loyalty

A dish of dotori-muk, or acorn jelly, at Hansik Goo. It is one of many Korean restaurants that have opened in Hong Kong in the past few years. Photo: Hansik Goo
A dish of dotori-muk, or acorn jelly, at Hansik Goo. It is one of many Korean restaurants that have opened in Hong Kong in the past few years. Photo: Hansik Goo
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