Tuesday, 7 April 2009

K-popped! Around the World : Scene 4


Seen on the wall of a little Korean café in New Delhi, India

Have you ever wondered what a Korean café would look like in New Delhi, India? Thanks to K-popped! reader Debjani Dutta, here's a glimpse of Korean culture in India.



Clockwise from left: The Korean café, Kimchi Jjigae (kimchi stew)
and pajeon served at the café, drawings on the menu, Debjani's friend Meghna


Debjani in an artistic shot


A seminar on Korean culture organised by the
Dept of North East Asian Studies in Debjani's university in India.
Bottom left: Korean food stall at the International Food Festival
Bottom right: Korean students serve bibimbap


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Previous posts:
K-popped! Around the World : Scene 3
K-popped! Around the World : Scene 2
K-popped! Around the World : Scene 1

4 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey orchid I'm from mumbai India. was surprised to see there are others from india who read k-popped too. It has been lonely for me in the kpop world so far. And me friends think I'm crazy for being so much into all things korean.
Orlinda fernandes(I'm on fb)

MiShi_Ka said...

super cool! the cafe is rawkin! a must go when in india...

ellie said...

where exactly is it?

debjani said...

Hey Orlinda! I know what you mean...its very frustrating. Good to know I'm not alone!

Ellie, this is in the Paharganj area of New Delhi.

 

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