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Measures to Improve Culinary Trends in Korean Court Food Based on the Perception of Korean Royal Court Cuisine
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Measures to Improve Culinary Trends in Korean Court Food Based on the Perception of Korean Royal Court Cuisine
Koo, Ha Yeon; Choung, Seo Yeong; Jeong, Hee Sun;
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 Abstract
Purpose: This study assesses Korean royal court cuisine as perceived by culinary professionals and students for the development of Korean dining. Methods: It was observed in a survey that Korean royal cuisine could be grouped into four classes represented by the following factors: popularity, standardization, tradition, and haute-cuisine. Results: From the analysis of the survey results, it was determined that the people surveyed could be grouped into the following three categories: those who prefer standardization/pursuit of haute-cuisine, traditionalists/popularizers, and those who are indifferent. The survey also assessed whether the ten most popular Korean dishes served to foreigners had variations in royal court cuisine and which food ingredients and combinations of dishes would be the most appropriate. It was determined that control over the sweetness when cooking Bulgogi was needed. For food usually consumed for invigoration, especially for the broth of soup dishes in summer, women preferred clear meat broth with soup than men. When preparing Japchae, it was found that control over the ratio between glass noodles and vegetables and control over the sweetness were needed with respect to the main dishes. Conclusion: The indicator `education on Korean royal court cuisine culture` showed relatively low satisfaction compared to its high importance, implying that further improvement in these development measures is especially required.
 Keywords
Korean royal court cuisine;royal court food;Korean dining;Bulgogi;Japchae;
 Language
Korean
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