As the pandemic hit, Koreans found creative ways to entertain themselves during quarantine. We decided to collect a few of these trendy activities for you to try while in quarantine. If you are not familiar with the process please refer to my previous article.
Can’t go to a coffee shop? no problem, improvise. Korea has seen a rise in sales for Coffee-related appliances such as espresso machines, coffee makers, and coffee bean grinders grew 74.5%, and capsule-type coffee sold 25%.
You can do it too! there are plenty of videos on youtube to train on making coffee, latte art and become a coffee connoisseur.
The coffee whose popularity went beyond Korea. In this regard, Dalgona is a drink that is completed by adding hot water to coffee powder and sugar and stirring it hundreds of times. This name was given because it was similar to the taste and color of the Dalgona. It emerged as a challenge among the free indoor life and became popular, and it appeared as a coffee shop menu.
The process is quite tiring but worth it!
Koreans have been trying to bake more at home. The latest trends count Banana bread and Croffle (croissant + waffle). Both will compliment perfectly your Dalgona drink!
The movie Parasite made us all curious about the taste of the famous dish Jjapaguri and many Koreans started making it themselves.
Follow the recipe and why not re-watch Parasite.
These tests have been the craze all over instagram, take one and share it with your friends!
One of the most popular is the MBTI test:
BTS themselves took the test and discussed it between each other, why not compare with whom you share the same personality?
If you are in TikTok Korea you know that every new song has its own challenge, why not play along and create fun videos to pass time.
Jessi’s Nuna Nana has been a hit for a while~