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The Flavours of Korea

2 (Fri) – 15 (Thur) Oct 2020
@ Harbour City, Times Square, ifc mall and New Town Plaza stores

From K-pop to K-dramas, the Korean craze is not going anywhere, and Korean food continues to be a favourite cuisine among Hong Kong foodies. This autumn, we will be bringing you a wide variety of Korean treats, so you can embark on a culinary journey through the land of kimchi in the comfort of your own home.

Delicious Taste of Korea: Kimchi Pancake with Makgeolli

Kimchi pancake is no doubt one of the most beloved dishes in Korean cuisine. It tastes even better when paired with the fragrant makgeolli, a Korean rice wine. city'super has sourced an array of wonderful Korean ingredients so you can create authentic Korean cuisine at home with ease!

Hansung Cabbage Kimchi (Cut)

Hansung is established by Ms. Soon-Ja Kim, who was nominated as the first Kimchi Master by the Korean government. The brand currently has 20 registered patents for its kimchi, including one international patent. Each product is made with safe and carefully selected ingredients, such as fresh produce like Asian pear juice, radish and chillies for marinating and adding texture to the kimchi.

Cheil Jedang Crispy Pancake Mix

This convenient and simple pancake mix lets you easily make delicious pancakes at home. Simply combine the cooking mix and kimchi paste as well as 110mL water, then stir and pan-fry for around 5 minutes. Other traditional Korean dishes such as vegetable pancake and potato pancake are also available.

Nekcheon Gijangsoo Pumpkin Makgeolli / Cameo Makgeolli (Alc 6%)

Nekcheon is the first brewer of makgeolli using gijangsoo (red clay sinking water) in Korea. The yellow Pumpkin Makgeolli has a mild and sweet taste, while the Cameo Makgeolli is made with 100% homegrown rice and has a smooth and gentle flavour.

Fail-proof Cuisine: Authentic Korean Soup with Rice

Want to enjoy authentic Korean dishes at home? Why not make the simple and nutritious Korean Soup with Rice? Take the opportunity to grab all your favourite Korean food ingredients during city'super’s Korea Fair!

Onsari Anchovy with Salt Broth Base

Bamboo salt is used to age anchovies to remove the fishy odour and bitter taste. Add dried green onions, radish and red pepper seeds to the broth for a traditional Korean home-style dish.

Onsari Seaweed Soup with Mussel

Mussels and seaweed are a match made in heaven oozing with rich umami.

Onsari Seaweed Soup with Crayfish

Crayfish from Jeju Island is paired with seaweed for a sweet, fresh flavour with excellent depth.

Migam's Choice Jin Sang White Rice

Has a soft chewy texture and a slight stickiness. The rice has just the right sweetness and goes well with light dishes.

DIY Korean BBQ: 3 Must-try Brands

Struggling to work out what to eat tonight? Why not enjoy a scrumptious meal of Korean BBQ at home with your family? city'super has prepared for you an array of high-quality Korean beef and a selection of condiments and soju!

Hoengseong Chilled Grade 1++ Hanwoo Beef Striploin / Rib Eye

This is the most well-known and premium breed of Hanwoo beef. city'super is the first and exclusive retailer with Hoeng Seong Government board certification to bring in premium Hanwoo beef to Hong Kong. Each city’super store has its own certificate and serial number allocated by the government. The cattle have been fed on a scientific-based, homemade feed to keep this pure breed in tip-top condition.

Jookjangyeon Premium Soybean Paste

Made from soybean, sea salt and the purest limestone filtered spring water and is fermented in clay jar and aged for at least 3 years for a very rich taste.

Jookjangyeon Premium Red Pepper Paste

This fermented chilli pepper paste gives a good amount of lingering heat and sweetness. Great for bibimbap, soup, or as a barbecue seasoning.

Jookjangyeon Soy Sauce

Made from fermented soy beans and is rich in isoflavones which lend excellent umami and a hint of sweetness.

Muhak Soju Pineapple Flavour

Produced by famous brewery Muhak in South Gyeongsang province in South Korea, this series of soju has brought on a fruit juice soju craze across the country since its launch.

Jinro Newtro

This retro-style Korean soju has a new packaging based on the theme “New + Retro”, and looks as good as it tastes.

Healthy Cook At Home Tips: Korean Stir-fried Glass Noodles with Veggies

If you’re looking for a light meal that tastes great with excellent balance in nutrients, you’ll love this easy-to-make Korean Stir-fried Glass Noodles with Veggies! Scroll down for the recipe of this super popular traditional Korean dish.

Ingredients (serves 2)
  • 250g Korean glass noodles*
  • 50g carrot, julienned
  • 50g onion, julienned
  • 50g spinach
  • 3 tbsp sesame
  • Egg, julienned, to taste
  • Salt, to taste
Seasoning for glass noodles
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 4 tbsp soy sauce
  • 2 tsp sesame oil
  1. Rinse glass noodles and add to boiling water. Cook for 5 to 6 minutes until soft.
  2. Transfer glass noodles to ice water. Drain, add seasoning and stir. Set aside.
  3. Set pan over medium heat. Add oil and sauté onions until golden.
  4. Add carrot, egg and spinach and sauté until soft. Add salt and remove from heat.
  5. Stir in seasoned glass noodles. Add sesame oil and sprinkle with sesame before serving.

*We recommend using Ottogi Korean Glass Noodles made with 100% sweet potato starch.



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