SEOUL, KOREA — Traditional Korean food is being recognized globally for its health properties. Including many fermented dishes and sauces, it is a potent source of probiotics, which promote good digestion and a healthy immune system.
Natural vinegars, long esteemed in cultures around the world for their health properties, are also an important part of its preparation. Kim Hyun-sook prides herself on promoting health and longevity by her traditional refined recipes, in her restaurant, Goga.
Ms. Kim is bringing her quality food to Japan, long famous for it’s appreciation of elegant and healthy cuisine, where it will be sure to find admirers. Goga’s establishment in one of Tokyo’s most famous department stores is a testament to her values and the quality of her food.
Opening in the Isetan Department Store, in the Shinjuku district, well known as one of Tokyo’s bustling entertainment, eating, and shopping districts is a fantastic opportunity to introduce high quality Korean food to Japan.
The location is even more ideal, as the department store has a celebrated food court with hundreds of restaurants and food stalls, better described as an amusement park for the palette, famous for its quality and variety.