Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching K-Dramas + Food That Reduces Fatality Rate of COVID-19

Now that we’ve got all the time in the world to watch our favorite Korean dramas and revisit feelings from old ones, isn’t it a lot better to watch them while munching on delectable snacks? If you’re a fan of K-dramas, you would know that almost every show often features appealing grubs that make your mouth water. Recent studies even say that one of these snacks reduce the fatality rate of COVID-19! How awesome is that! 

Here are the top 5 snacks to eat while binge-watching Korean dramas.

1. Ramen

Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching Korean Dramas + Food That Reduces The Fatality Rate of COVID-19

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Just by thinking about it makes our tummy grumble! Ramen is literally on every Korean drama that has been made, and let me tell you that any other ramen is nothing compared to Korean ramen. Korean ramen noodles are chewier, and the soup is more flavorful and spicier. It even gets yummier when you slurp it from the tip of the bowl! It’s an absolute must while watching your favorite shows!

2. Kimbap

Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching Korean Dramas + Food That Reduces The Fatality Rate of COVID-19

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Often confused as Japanese Sushi, Kimbap from Korea is a whole different world. One of the many differences of Kimbap from sushi is that it usually has beef or egg in it. Besides it being undeniably delicious, it is very easy to make. It is also considered as comfort food, so it’s perfect for ill-fated Korean dramas that make you bawl your eyes out!

3. Kimchi

Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching Korean Dramas + Food That Reduces The Fatality Rate of COVID-19

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This one is an absolute fan favorite and a staple for Korean cuisine, which contains fermented ingredients and is sometimes placed in soup. Viewers often see the dish in samgyeopsals in Korean dramas, which is translated in English as “grilled pork belly.” It is no question very delicious and a must-eat while watching romance dramas.

Recent studies say that Kimchi, which contains fermented cabbage, may possibly contribute to the reduction of death rates in Korea. To explain it with a scientific basis, fermented cabbage reduces the number of enzymes in the lungs called ACE2, which is an essential enzyme used by the virus to access the body.

Even if we don’t really need another reason to eat Kimchi, this brings very good news. Don’t forget to stock up Kimchi during quarantine while watching thrilling and chilly series.

4. Pepero

Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching Korean Dramas + Food That Reduces The Fatality Rate of COVID-19

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A sweet treat no one can say no to! Bringing comfort to viewers in the form of sticks, this treat is covered in a variety of flavors such as chocolate, strawberry, matcha, almond, and many more. These boxes full of happiness will absolutely bring sweetness to your life like it did to Na Jung in “Reply 1994.” Getting this treat is not a problem since it is almost available in any country.

5. Choco Pie

Top 5 Snacks To Munch On While Binge-Watching Korean Dramas + Food That Reduces The Fatality Rate of COVID-19

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Whose to say that marshmallows and cakes can’t be mixed? If you haven’t tried this yet, you have missed 1/4 of your life-this scrumptious treat is another absolute favorite, especially for people who have a sweet tooth. The rave about the sweet treat is justified through the controversy it created when South Koreans had to air-drop numerous amounts of Choco Pie to North Korea because apparently, people up north love it so much!

Korean dramas are so much better with food! Don’t forget to catch currently airing shows, such as “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” or “Flower of Evil,” and maybe even revisit old favorites while eating snacks mentioned above for the maximum Korean drama experience!  

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