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Chloe Kim being featured by KPOP for PyeongChang

Korean American Spotlight: Chloe Kim

With the Winter Olympics hosted in Korea this year, we thought it'd be fitting to share the stories of badass, Korean Americans repping the red, white, and blueFor our first feature, we chose none other than 17-year-old female snowboarding sensation, Chloe Kim. 
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Olympics and Tigers and Bears, OH MY!

Olympics and Tigers and Bears, OH MY!

Whether it’s a sheepdog, a snowman, or drops of steel with cameras for eyes (thanks for those, London), the host country’s choice for an Olympic mascot has become a way to set the tone for the upcoming games. As the...

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Where to Eat in Pyeongchang

Where to Eat in Pyeongchang

If you're in Korea this February for the Winter Olympics and looking for a place to eat, we've got your back. Here are our top places to chow down in and around Pyeongchang. Daegwanryeong Hanwoo Town If you’re craving some...

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Protein Chef Jambalaya with KPOP gochujang based hot sauce

The Brand is Strong: New Recipe from Protein Chef

Jambalaya is a magical southern creole concept in itself. You throw in varying amounts of seafood, meat, and vegetables into a slow cooker and it comes out the other end all thick and delicious. It's a complicated and misunderstood science, but...

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KPOP sauce getting featured on Slap Yo Daddy BBQ

BBQ Grand Champion and Head of Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ Features KPOP Sauce in Winter Grilling Cook-Off Competition

Yes, you read that correctly. Harry Soo is the founder and head chef of Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ, one of the top BBQ teams in America.  First off, if you’re going to call your team Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ, you’d better be able to back it up with some incredible food.  Mr. Soo, who on the weekdays works as an IT guy and is a single father of two, over-delivers and more than deserves the right to be the head of Slap Yo’ Daddy BBQ.
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KPOP uses gochujang that has health benefits for consumers

4 Health Benefits of Eating Gochujang

Gochujang, Korean chili pepper paste, is Korea’s most infamous condiment and for good reason. It’s what makes your mouth water and lips smack, serving as a key ingredient in many Korean dishes from dak-galbee (spicy stir-fried chicken) to bibimbap (vegetable...

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