Collection: Original kimchi

Original Korean kimchi, a cultural and culinary icon, represents the heart and soul of Korean cuisine. Crafted from Napa cabbage, daikon radishes, or other vegetables, it is meticulously seasoned with gochugaru (red pepper flakes), garlic, ginger, and often fish sauce or shrimp paste, giving it its characteristic spicy, sour, and umami flavors. Kimchi is more than a condiment; it's a time-honored tradition that adds a vibrant, bold dimension to Korean dining, deeply rooted in the nation's history and culture.

Baechu Kimchi

Each leaf of cabbage is carefully filled with seasoning, and when packed, it creates a harmonious blend of the crispness of the cabbage and the delicious spiciness of the red pepper flakes, resulting in a flavorful kimchi.

Kkakdugi Kimchi

Finely sliced Kkakdugi Kimchi, with its lightly seasoned and clean taste, offers a crisp and convenient option to enjoy, making it a perfect
choice for a refreshing bite.

Outer Leaf Kimchi

Prepared with the rich and deep flavor of anchovy
sauce, the spring onion kimchi captures the essence of
its authentic taste with minimal seasoning. Plum
extract and grape sugar are added to provide a subtle
sweetness, allowing you to savor the delightful, original
flavor of spring onion kimchi

Yeolmu Mul Kimchi

Yeolmu Mul Kimchi, a representative seasonal kimchi, is primarily produced and sold from around April to October. Made by grinding dried red pepper flakes, Yeolmu Mul Kimchi is seasoned with plum extract and grape sugar to create a sweet taste. It's then seasoned with a mixture of thousand-day aged salt and shrimp brine to achieve a deep and clean flavor.