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Here are links to interesting articles.

Agujjim (steamed angler with chili sauce and bean sprouts):  
JoongAng
Daily 3/15/07 (Yetjip restaurant)
Beondegi (silworm pupae):  JoongAng Daily 2/8/07 (king of snacks);
JoongAng Daily 1/2/05 (introduction to beondegi)
Bibimbap (rice topped with vegetables):  Korea Times 5/4/06 (Jeonju
version)
Bread:  JoongAng Daily 1/5/06 (Korean bakeries)
Bulgogi (barbeque meat):  JoongAng Daily 10/22/09 (Roasted meat that
can quell any appetite, sans the grease); JoongAng Daily 3/29/07
(Bogeonok restaurant);  Korea Times 3/8/07 (Bulgogi Brothers
restaurant)
Chapssaltteok (sticky rice cake):  JoongAng Daily 12/25/05 (traditional
snack)
Chicken Wings:  JoongAng Daily 1/30/05 (superstition)
Chocolate:  KBS Global 3/20/07 (dark chocolate); Korea Times 2/2/07
Coffee:  JoongAng Daily 7/24/07 (coffee mix); JoongAng Daily 8/13/06
(decaf coffee); JoongAng Daily 3/13/05 (debang coffee)
Cooking methods:  JoongAng Daily 2/14/07 (Deotjang)
Corn:   JoongAng Daily 9/24/06 (steamed corn)
Dog Meat:  JoongAng Daily 7/3/05 (bosingtang/sacheoltang)
Drinking: JoongAng Daily 2/12/07 (drinking menu set); JoongAng Daily
10/16/05
Eggs:  JoongAng Daily 4/6/07 (white eggs); JoongAng Daily 9/11/05
(boiled eggs)
Ginseng:   Chosun Ilbo 4/19/09 (Korean Ginseng, the World's Best);
JoongAng Daily 7/31/05 (basics)
Gomtang (beef bone soup):  JoongAng Daily 1/19/08 (Beef bone broth
is a quiet meal for lunch)
Green Tea:   
Korea Times 4/5/07 (choosing the right tea); JoongAng
Daily 3/26/07 (7 stages to heaven); Dong-A Ilbo 1/15/07 (prostate
remedy)
Hangwa (sticky sweets):  JoongAng Daily 11/26/07 (Sweet treats for
teatime snacks); Korea Times 1/4/07
Hanwoo (home-grown beef):  JoongAng Daily 5/5/07 (Byeokjae Galbi
restaurant)
Jeotgal (salted fish):  JoongAng Daily 3/9/07 (photo)
Kalbi:  Korea Times 3/22/07 (Hanok's restaurant)
Kimbap:  KBS Global 6/13/07 (kimbap vs. sushi)
Kimchi:  Korea Herald 3/6/10 (Kicking it with kimchi); Korea Times
10/30/08 (KImchi Taste of Korea); Korea Times 7/24/08
(kimchimaribap); KBS World 10/26/07 (gimjang); JoongAng Daily
5/28/07 (history of kimchi); JoongAng Daily 12/5/04 (fermentation
periods)
Makgeolli (Korean whitish alcoholic drink):  Korea Times 8/20/09
(Makgeolli, Rediscovered)
Memilmuk (buckwheat curd):  JoongAng Daily 12/25/05 (traditional
snack)
Naengmyeon (cold noodles):  JoongAng Daily 12/21/06 (mul
naengmyeon)
Octopus:  Korea Times 3/23/06 (chuggumi)
Olgaengi (freshwater snails):  JoongAng Daily 7/16/09 (Freshwater snail
soup that's fit for a son-in-law)
Oysters:  JoongAng Daily 2/22/07 (popular restaurant)
Persimmons:  JoongAng Daily 11/16/07 (Sangju)
Pork:  JoongAng Daily 2/15/07 (Jeju's black pig); Dong-A Ilbo 1/8/07
(nutritional benefits)
Potato:  Korea Times 1/6/08 (Nutrition of Potato Rich With Elements)
Ramyeon (ramen):  Chosun Ilbo 6/26/07 (why ramen is popular during
the rainy season); Chosun Ilbo 2/9/07 (healthy ramen)
Royal Court Cuisine:  Korea Times 11/30/06
Salt:  Korea Times 11/4/07 (Salt Is Essential for Healthy Life)
Soy Products:  Korea Times 3/29/07 (soybeans); JoongAng Daily
2/3/07 (cancer controversy)
Sugar Candy:  Korea Times 1/11/07
Tofu:  JoongAng Daily 3/22/07 (fried tofu burger recipe)
Tteok (rice cakes):  JoongAng Daily 6/25/09 (Rice cakes done right
(and cheap)); JoongAng Daily 1/5/09 (traditional rice cakes on streets
of Nakwon); JoongAng Daily 2/12/07 (history of tteok)
Tteokguk (rice cake soup):  Chosun Ilbo 2/14/07 (New Year's food);  
JoongAng Daily 1/14/07 (New Year's food)
Water:  JoongAng Daily 3/27/05 (drinking water)