Korean Restaurant Bloggers and Friends

We really appreciate our blogger friends over at HungrySeoul, SeoulGrub, and KoreanRestaurantBlog. We wanted to give a little shout out to you all and direct some of our readers to your blogs. Check out HungrySeoul‘s post about Bono Bono seafood buffet in Seoul. Check out SeoulGrub‘s post about Chinese dumplings in Seoul. Check out KoreanRestaurantBlog‘s […]

We really appreciate our blogger friends over at HungrySeoul, SeoulGrub, and KoreanRestaurantBlog. We wanted to give a little shout out to you all and direct some of our readers to your blogs.

Check out HungrySeoul‘s post about Bono Bono seafood buffet in Seoul.

Check out SeoulGrub‘s post about Chinese dumplings in Seoul.

Check out KoreanRestaurantBlog‘s post about Coco Curry House in Seoul.

Also if you want to know where to go for the best bibimbap ever…check this out..

Blogging is an important way for all of us to connect online. It’s no wonder that blogs make up about half of the internet. I started blogging about 6 years ago. I fell in love with it right away. I love the instant publishing. I love being able to express my thoughts and opinions without having anyone editing out any of my words. I also love how easy and simple it is to set up and run a blog. Not to mention cheap.

In Korea, the blogosphere is also dominant. I was reading about how Naver started the blog cafes and answer websites because they needed to create content. There wasn’t enough Korean websites to be indexed. Everyone knows that Naver rules the web in South Korea. Personally i think Naver sucks. But it is the Google of Korea. Anyway before i go off on a tangent…

We here at Shikdang support Korean Food Bloggers all the way. We fell that you guys are doing a great job creating informative pages for English speakers. If if wasn’t for bloggers like you, English speakers in Korea would have a really hard time navigating Korea.

If you want to connect with us here at Shikdang, shoot us an email at (admin AT shikdang DOT com) Or just leave us a comment. We want to encourage as many Korean restaurant bloggers and Korean food bloggers as we can.

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  1. I love doing these private food treks for guests because I really get to flex my foodie knowledge

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