Hwang Hye-sung

Lee Hyoung-kwon
December 2001
Koreana;Winter2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p46
This article reports on Korean cuisine and food expert Hwang Hye-sung. The article discusses sura meals served at royal palaces, as well as important concepts of balance related to number of courses, food color, and table-setting. Information is also presented on Hwang's studies of court and traditional Korean food.


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