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Dongchimi literally means “winter kimchi” because it’s traditionally made right before the cold winter starts in Korea. In late fall, we can find small, palm-sized radishes in the market, and we start thinking “Oh, it’s time to make dongchimi already!” The radishes harvested around that time of year are firm, crispy, and sweet.AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%AED 28.35 incl. VAT 5%
Baek-kimchi literally translates as “white kimchi” in English, because it’s not made with hot pepper flakes, which makes it whitish. It’s not spicy at all, but that doesn’t mean it’s bland! It has a lot of fresh flavors, is incredibly refreshing, and is beautiful to look at!AED 33.60 incl. VAT 5%AED 33.60 incl. VAT 5%