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Food and Culture

식사테마 템플릿
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Hyejin Lee

on 15 December 2014

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Transcript of Food and Culture

땅이 넓어. 여러 인종
- 만 나이가 아니라 20살이 되면 술을 마시고 살 수 있다.
Food

and
Culture

Characteristics
of
Foods
in
America
and
Korea
1491002 강주원
1491009 김차희
1491014 신혜원
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1491023 이혜진
동영상
Restaurant and Desert
Traditional holiday
Party
Food
and
Culture
FOOD truck
<USA>
<KOREA>
In USA
In Korea
Why?

In USA
, there are so many people
who have open-minded and the
atmosphere of society is open too.
Also, many people have their house
with backyard.

As a result
, they usually hold some
parties at their house and have
developed the party culture.


In Korea
, on the other hand, the
people usually don't hold a party at
their own house or apartment.
Because they don't like to let
people in their house.

As a result
, the party culture isn't
developed in Korea.
1. Housewarming Party (USA)


2. Potluck Party

There aren't many parties as much as USA.
Macaroni and Cheese
Whole Turkey
Barbecue
1. First-Birthday Party
2. Housewarming Party(Korea)
Potluck party
is a party where
the guests bring their own
food to the party.

In USA, there are so many
people coming from other
countries so they brought
their mother county’s
traditional food to potluck
party.


In Korea, when a baby become 1 years old, the parents have a party for their baby. They prepare some food and do 'doljabi'
House warming in Korea, the hosts prepare many food for the guests and the guests come with presents such as tissue and diaper for baby.
Why?
In USA
In Korea
Thanksgiving Day
In USA

In1690 ,
War ended on fourth Thursday in November.
General George Washington was all giving thanks to God for events that ended up working out in their benefit.
So, he chose that date for the first national day of thanksgiving celebration.

As a result

It is that on Thanksgiving Day each year, Americans give thanks to Almighty God for all His blessings and mercies toward us throughout the year.




Chuseok
Chuseok originally known as hangawi is a major harvest festival and a three-day holiday in Korea celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar.

It is one of the ancestral memorial rites that have been done for thousand years in Korea.

Korean wear the traditional Korean dress and the palaces offer free entry for anyone wearing traditional Korean garb.

Usually has a practice of eating korea traditional food songpyeon, garbi, vegetable pancake, toran soup and japchae.
Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.
Usually has a practice of eating roast turkey, potatoes, pumpkin pie, with crimberry sauce. family and friends come together to eat varied.
So, put the five corn on the table, Pilgrims,
which is suffering from a food crisis when a person's day five means the corn that was allocated for food.
Why
In Korea

Silla’s third king, Yuri is credited with beginning Chuseok as a competitive festival because
giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and ancestors.


As a result

It is that on Chuseok each year, koreans give thanks to ancestors for all blessings and mercies toward us throughout the year.
Fast Food
Food truck is illegal in Korea so the truck owner can't sell some food for a long time It just appear on a special event.
Desert
<USA>
<KOREA>
<past>
<present>
<past>
<present>
Korea vs. USA
Drinking Culture
Soju a clear and cheap
Makgeolli raw rice wine
milky-white drink
Wine
After the Boston Tea Event
Americans began to drink coffee insted of tea
Whiskey
Tea
Coffee
Beer
vs.

After 21st
birthday, he/she can buy a alcohol.
Differences in
Environment
and
Topography
The Impact of
Water
The Development of
The food truck 'Kogi' has become a popular food truck and it also has affected culture of food in USA. For example, there are so many people who start a food truck business following Kogi and many Americans consider Kogi as a restaurant.
Nowdays the food truck because a legal restaurant in USA and there are many chains too

In additions, the food truck in Korea is possible at limited places such as thhe markets and as alley.
Unike USA Korean food truck sells some snacks and refreshments such as topokki, sundae, hot dog, gene pool which are not for meals.
House
Bar
Cart bar
Convenience Stores
Beach
There are
stict rules
for drinking alcohol.
Selling alcohol to teenager is
serious crime
.
After 20th
birthday,
he/shecan buy a alcohol.
If a bar owner sell some alcohol to teenager, he
will be fined
.
Korea
USA
They can drink some alcohols not only inside but also outside such as
road
,
beach
,
park
and
conveience stores
.
They can drink alcohols in a
bar
or
restaurants
.
Why
are these
food different
among all countries?
They can't drink alcohol outside.

They usually drinks alcohol after leaving the office. They go to many bars for one day with their office-mates and enjoy it.
sweet rice drink
Production
and
Distribution

Technologies
ice flakes with syrup
Since the western productions have imported into Korea, Korean's preference for coffee, ice cream is interestingly increased.
Housewarming party
is usually held when someone moves to other area. The host invites their friends to their new house and the guests buy some present such as a wine for the host.

Braised Short Ribs
Japchae
Rice cake
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Characteristics of Foods in American and Korea

Restaurant and Desert

Drinking Culture

Traditional Holiday

Party

Korea

vs.

America
Nowadays, the biggest consumer of coffee is USA and there are so much people who enjoy drinking coffee
Hard Water
Soft

Water
Fusion Foods
Canned Foods
Thank
You for
Your
Attention
Characteristics of the
American Foods
Coexistence of
different cultures
A variety of
materials
An expression of
individuality
Characteristics of
Korean Foods
Special product by
region
Seasonal
produce
Edible
ingredients
are different
depending on the environment
and topography.




It is a time to give thanks for the harvest and express gratitude in general.



Both to celebrate the joy of the harvest is the same point.





It is a memorial service for ancestors.




In a different time to give thanks.


Common
Difference

law
After leaving the office, they usually go to their home. After that, they enjoy and rest with their family.
Also, they drinks 1~2 glasses of beer with friends at bar.
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