The Korean CookbookJunghyun Park and Jungyoon Choi

Price AUD$74.95 Price CAD$64.95 Price €49.95 Price £39.95 Price USD$54.95 Price T54.95

The definitive collection of 350 authentic Korean recipes for the home cook, from a star chef and culinary historian

The Korean Cookbook celebrates traditional regional dishes and everyday food found in home kitchens from Seoul to Jeju Island. This stunning collection features more than 350 recipes organized into traditional Korean meals, including pantry staples, fermented foods, rice, vegetable dishes, raw food, noodles, stir-fries, grilled meats, soups, stews, hotpots, noodles, dumplings, porridges, rice cakes, and desserts. Acclaimed Atomix chef JP Park and culinary historian Jungyoon Choi share their years of research and expertise, together with their knowledge of the ingredients, culture, and traditions of Korean food in this, the first comprehensive book on Korean home cooking, expansive in breadth and approach and filled with tasty and achievable authentic recipes for the home cook.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 270 × 180 mm (10 5/8 × 7 1/8 in)
  • Pages: 496 pp
  • Illustrations: 0 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781838667542

Junghyun (JP) Park is an acclaimed chef born and raised in Seoul. With his wife, Ellia Park, he runs three restaurants in New York – Atoboy, Naro, and Atomix (2 Michelin stars, 3 stars from the New York Times). In 2022, Park received the Art of Hospitality Award from The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, as well as reaching #33 for Atomix (the highest rank of an American restaurant).

Jungyoon Choi is a chef, culinary researcher, and writer with 25 years of experience working in Spain, Australia, and Korea.  For the past decade, She was trained at Alicia Foundation and El Bulli and now she is executive R&D chef of the Korean Culinary & Fermentation Research Center at Sempio Foods. She is Academy Vice Chair of Korea & China for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.