Kimchi soup with tofu and pork belly served in clay pot, one of the most loved of all the stews in Korean cuisine. Photo: Shutterstock
Kimchi soup with tofu and pork belly served in clay pot, one of the most loved of all the stews in Korean cuisine. Photo: Shutterstock

Korean soup, stews and broths: all you need to know about the dishes that represent the very lifeblood of a nation

  • The love of soups and broth is fundamental to Korean culture, a fact celebrated in the recent Netflix documentary series A Nation of Broth
  • Generally divided into four categories, soups run the gamut from hot to cold, fortifying to healing, beef to seafood, hotpot to served with rice, and much more

Kimchi soup with tofu and pork belly served in clay pot, one of the most loved of all the stews in Korean cuisine. Photo: Shutterstock
Kimchi soup with tofu and pork belly served in clay pot, one of the most loved of all the stews in Korean cuisine. Photo: Shutterstock
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