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My Korean Kitchen’s Top 5: Most Popular Posts in 2013

My Korean Kitchen's Top 5 Most Popular Posts in 2013

As the end of the year is getting closer, I thought I would share the most popular posts in 2013 among My Korean Kitchen’s visitors. I decided to split this into the recipe category and other category. If you haven’t read these posts or tried these recipes yet, why not read and/or make them during your holiday? For the recipes, in particular, you could consider making them for your “Korean themed” Christmas or New Year’s Eve party. πŸ˜‰ Well, I hope you enjoy these recipes! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Top 5 - Most Popular Posts (Recipe category)

Top 5 – Most Popular Posts (Recipe category)

#5. Korean Style Seasoned Mung Bean Sprouts Salad (Sukju Namul Muchim) (15,385 pageviews)

#4. Pork Bone and Potato Soup (Gamjatang)(15,482 pageviews)

#3. Korean Style Stir-fried Udon Noodles with Chicken and Veggies (20,681 pageviews)

#2.Β Omelet Rice (Omurice)Β  (23,313 pageviews)

#1. Bibimbap – Korean Mixed Rice with Meat and Assorted Vegetables (23,550 pageviews)

My thoughts:

It’s quite interesting to see the stats. Bibimbap recipe was only publishedΒ  less than 6 months ago and it was viewed the most for the year. It clearly shows how popular Bibimbap is among other Korean food. I also want to highlight one feedback I received from Katie, who tried my Bibimbap recipe. She said my Bibimbap sauce is better than a sauce she tried at a restaurant! I was very pleased about that! So I named my Bibimbap sauce “The Ultimate Bibimbap Sauce” and it’s also been very well received among the Pinterest community. If you haven’t tried my Bibimbap sauce yet, give it a go! You’ll fall in love with your Bibimbap even more. πŸ˜‰

The Ultimate Bibimbap Sauce
“The Ultimate Bibimbap Sauce”

Another interesting thing I noticed is two of the recipes – Omelet rice and Pork bone and potato soup – these were published ages ago, back in 2007! It’s been almost 7 years and they are still very popular! A lot of K-pop fans tried my Omelet rice recipe after watching Rooftop Prince (Oktab-bang Wangseja, μ˜₯탑방 μ™•μ„Έμž), a popular Korean drama aired in 2012. I actually haven’t seen the drama myself, but I really should find out what the fuss is all about? πŸ™‚

Top 5 - Most Popular Posts (Other category) - 2013

Top 5 – Most Popular Posts (Other category)

#5. How to Make Perfect Korean Steamed Rice (Step.1 : What is good rice?) (5,741 pageviews)

#4. Five Korean Ingredients You Should Avoid While You Are Pregnant (6,674 pageviews)

#3. Korean BBQ Grill Plate (9,945 pageviews)

#2. Gochujang Sauce (12,103 pageviews)

#1. How to Make Perfect Korean Steamed Rice (Step. 3 : How to soak and cook the rice) (22,254 pageviews)

My thoughts:

It looks obvious that everyone wants to eat “Perfectly cooked rice”! Back in 2007, I wrote a three article series on “How to Make Perfect Korean Steamed Rice”. The only article that didn’t make the above top 5 list is How to Make Perfect Korean Steamed Rice (Step.2: How to rinse the rice). Also if you are looking into buying a table top BBQ grill plate for your home BBQ needs, check out my Korean BBQ Grill Plate post to learn basic things you should consider. Finally, if you’re pregnant or you know someone pregnant and you or that person loves Korean food, be sure to check out my Five Korean Ingredients You Should Avoid While You Are Pregnant to learn whether there’s any Korean food you should eat or not eat. πŸ™‚

Note: The above ranks are based on the website stats as of 20th December 2013.

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Written by: Sue

Last Updated: May 13, 2019
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Welcome to my Korean kitchen! I’m so happy that you're here. I am Sue, the creator behind My Korean Kitchen (since 2006). I love good food and simplifying recipes. Here you will find my best and family approved recipes. Thanks for stopping by!

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6 thoughts on “My Korean Kitchen’s Top 5: Most Popular Posts in 2013”

  1. OMG now I see YOU (profile)! Nice to meet you Sue! I love reading most popular posts to see if my favorites match with everyone else. πŸ˜€ So many good stuff on your blog, and I love your delicious pins on my group board… you’re awesome! I really love what you did with the blog. Very organized and beautiful! πŸ™‚


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