Hot pots are all the rage in Seoul.
So it comes as no surprise that there’s been a surge in popularity in the city.
According to an online survey conducted by Korean social media giant, Easy Hot Pot, nearly 70 percent of Seoul residents think hot pots are a smart idea.
The poll revealed that the majority of Seoulites have never tried hot pots before, but they are a popular way of eating in the Korean capital.
In addition, more than 60 percent of respondents said they would buy a hot pot if they were given the chance.
“I think that the popularity of hot pots has gone through the roof, so it’s definitely a smart way of dining,” said a 25-year-old employee at a fast food restaurant in Seoul’s downtown.
Hot pots are made with rice or soybean, but there are different types of hot pot as well.
The popular dish called “Sukju” or “bamboo hot pot” comes in many different varieties.
One popular variety is called “Lan-chon-su” or bamboo hot pot.
It is made with black bamboo, red cabbage and green beans.
Another popular dish is called Lanbak hot pot which is made from black bean, yellow chili and corn starch.
It is also popular in other parts of the world such as Australia and New Zealand.
The poll revealed a high level of support for hot pots in Korea, which has been the hot pot capital of South Korea.
According the poll, 69 percent of Koreans said they support hot pots as a way of enjoying Korean food.
Another 15 percent said they didn’t support hot pot at all.
However, the majority in the poll still thought that it was a bad idea to buy a Hot Pot in Korea.
In addition to hot pots, people also love to take their lunch break at a hot table.
According to the survey, 56 percent of Korean respondents said that they like to take lunch breaks at hot tables in Korea and 61 percent said that it is important to take a lunch break in Korea when they are eating.
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