Celebrate Korean Lunar New Year (Seollal) with Woori Market! We will have fresh made rice cake in the store for the New Year celebration.
Korean Lunar New Year is 1/28/2017. We will have fresh made rice cake in the store starting 1/21/2017 so that you can make the best rice cake soup to celebrate the New Year. Also we will have a lot of items go on sale. Please visit us to discover what the fresh rice cake taste like and you will be happy that you did.
How to make rice cake soup
The Fillmore’s Korean market gets an overhaul
By Jonathan Kauffman
January 3, 2017 Updated: January 3, 2017 2:20pm
Photo: Russell Yip, The Chronicle
Eric Hak Kim, owner of Woori Market, stands by their gimbap (Korean sushi) case on Friday, Dec. 9, 2016 in San Francisco, Calif. The gimbap is made fresh in the market's kitchen.Some of the changes that Eric Kim has made to Woori Food Market in San Francisco’s Fillmore neighborhood since buying the business 18 months ago are easy to notice: The lights are brighter, the floors less gray. The produce looks more taut and crisp. Kim has added new refrigerated cases on both the right and left sides of the narrow store, and crowded more products onto the shelves.
Please visit us and get all you need to make Korean rice cake soup (Tteokguk) for the New Year! Watch the following video to learn how to make Korean rice cake soup and come on over to get all the ingridents and celebrate the New year in Korean style!
Teeokguk (rice cake soup) is a delicious, filling soup made of disc-shaped rice cakes in a clear broth. Koreans always eat it on Seollal (Korean New Year’s Day), the first day of the Lunar calendar and one of the most important holidays in Korea. Traditionally, according to Korean age reckoning, everyone’s age went up one year on Seollal, and the process wasn’t totally complete until you had a bowl of tteokguk. You’d ask someone on Seollal: “Did you eat a bowl of rice cake soup today?” Meaning: are you one year older?
Woori Market is introducing FOUR new kinds of Gimbaps!