Three North Korean defectors share what life across the border was like as they cook and eat with Fork the System.
We are what we eat – a saying that takes on many different meanings.
Food does become part of us, a basic building block of our identities as certain scents and flavours trigger memories of childhood, family, and unforgettable moments.
And it is not only home-cooked meals that make us nostalgic, the street foods of the cities we grew up in also pack a powerful punch, memories as well as flavours.
Join HyoJin Park and Joi Lee as they explore the stalls of Seoul’s most famous street food market, Gwangjang Market, and ask the question: “What makes food so personal?”
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