K-food enthusiasts can participate by registering themselves and sending their video of cooking a Korean dish — using authentic recipe or innovative fusion — till September 11.
According to the organisers, five selected videos from both the categories — professionals and non-professionals — will make it to the final round on the basis of counts of likes and views till September 30.
”Korean food has risen as a rising star player out of Hallyu (Korean cultural wave) contents in India. Media news and market index show that now Indian people are getting interested about Korean food beyond their first love for K-Pop or K-drama.
Besides the cooking competition, there will also be a three-day festival with different cuisines from October 19 to 21 by the BCIHMCT at their campus with participation from other institutes as well.
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