AP/KOR4500 3.0 A: Korean Foodways

Offered by: KOR


Fall 2019




BLEN (Blended online and classroom)


Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

This course examines Korean foodways, that is, the language, history, society, traditions, and economics of Korean (and Korean-Canadian) food culture. Topics include the relationships between Korean food and globalism/localisation, national identities and socio-economic status in Korean food culture, the role of food media in the contemporary Korean foodways, and the cultural beliefs encapsulated in food language. EE Components: 1) Invited lectures by chefs and food writers (such as Sanghyeon Kim) 2) Evaluation component: Report on a culinary experience in the local Korean- Canadian community The language of instruction is English

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