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bibigo takes 5000 years of delicious Korean cuisine and updates it for today’s modern, non-stop lifestyles.
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A healthy cuisine created by nature
and humans, Korean cuisine
  • korean food 1 Korean cuisine offers a beautiful harmony of colors and an equally healthy and balanced nutrition. It also represents the flexibility of Korean culture, where different cultures are taken in, understood, and drawn together to create new developments. Our goal is to share the philosophy of “bibim” with the world through bibigo restaurants and products to shape a new, healthy cuisine for everyone.


- Sauce&Paste -

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    The taste of fermentation,
    Jang (Sauce&Paste)
    Korean cuisine uses fermented foods Jang to a great effect, bringing a balance of flavor and nutrition. Just like the old proverb of Jang determining the taste of the household, Jang and its historic presence are simply inseparable from Korean cuisine. Korean Jang is made by bringing together the fruit of the earth and the essence of the sea, recreating the generosity of nature on Korean dining tables. The fermented sauces of Doen-jang (soybean paste), Gan-jang and Go-chu-jang(red pepper paste) create depth and complexity of flavor through accumulated days and months of fermentation and help bolster the immune system and slow down aging.
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    A magic ingredient on dining tables jang
    Jang is the magic ingredient that transforms ordinary dining tables into special ones and generic ingredients to perfect meals for all. Go-chu-jang (red pepper paste), a traditional sauce, is made from sun-dried red chili powder, rice powder, salt, and Meju (fermented bean block). One of the defining ingredients for spiciness in Korean cuisine, Go-chu-jang’s usage runs the whole gamut, from bibimbap, stir-fry dishes, soups, and stews to dipping sauces. Doen-jang(soybean paste), which is made from boiled beans fermented together with salt and water, is arguably the foremost and most popular sauce in Korean cuisine. It has a complex, nutty, and deep flavor with an excellent nutritional value. It is used most often in soups and stews. Ssam-jang, which is made by mixing Doen-jang with such ingredients as chili pepper, garlic, onion, chives, and sesame oil is the favorite sauce for Ssam (vegetable wraps) and grilled meat.
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