This picture book about Korean food is designed to introduce Korean food culture, trends, and local characteristics in a funny way.
- Book Intro
This picture book is designed to introduce various funny foods and the eating culture of each region to children, so that they can know Korean food well. However, Spicy, Salty, Sour and Sweet: A Korean Food Trip in a Campervan doesn't only focus on traditional Korean foods. It features a variety of interpretation and food knowledge (including the foods that were introduced from other countries to Korea and localized, modern Korean foods loved by foreigners, and favorite street foods) along with big, mouth-watering pictures. By reading this book, readers can get a general overview of Korean food and local characteristics. A lot of information about food and popular food trends can be found throughout the book, which adds more fun.
- About the Author
Kim Inhye (F) has spent at least a little time, or quite a lot of time, publishing books for children. She enjoys seeing the expressions of people who are amazed by tasty dishes, dances, and people savouring foods. Kim is also interested in invisible, useless, and unique things.
(English) Cho Yoonju majored in crafts at Dongduk Women’s University. Her passion for the pure dreams and creative imagination of children led her to illustrate children’s books. Some of her illustrated books include Manual of How to Use Mother, Secret Ghost, and A Thief’s Classroom.