Regulations/Rules for Korean Food (Bulgogi) Cooking Contest
1st Round - Deadline Friday, August 14th, 2018 (Facebook Video Submission)
Final Round - Saturday, August 25, 2018, 3:00 PM at
4404 N Shallowford Rd, Atlanta, GA, 30338
Georgia Power Customer Resource Center
Prerequisites to Apply
Love Korean culture and Korean food!
The contestant may not be Korean or of Korean descent
*The purpose of the competition is to spread Korean food and culture to foreigners. Thus, we are prohibiting Koreans from competing.
How to Apply
- First, fill out the Bulgogi Contest Application Form. This can be found at https://karaseusa.org/korean-food-cooking-contest/ and should look like this:
- Film a 1-3 minute video that includes the following:
- Reason(s) you want to compete in this cooking contest
- Show off a creative, unique bulgogi dish that you made yourself.
*Bulgogi must be made from scratch. You may not use pre marinated bulgogi from the store.
(You can buy ingredients from a Korean supermarket)
- Upload your video to youtube
- Copy the link to your video and reply to this facebook post on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/KARASEUSA/):
- and/or reply to this tweet with the link:
- We recommend replying to both, as the number of likes that your video get from both facebook and twitter will be added together as part of the grading process.
- In the preliminary rounds, our judges will select the top 10 contestants based on the contents of the video and the number of likes and shares you have received.
- We will contact the winners of the contest after review and announce on Friday, 08/17/2018 via call or email.
Preparation of Final HanSik Contest
- All Final Contestants will be sent a notification with preparation instructions
- The contest will be held in an individual basis, though you may bring 2 ‘helpers’. Please note that no awards will be given to the helpers.
- Basic ingredients, cookware and utensils will be provided. However, you may bring your own equipments, sauce or special ingredients.
- Each contestants will have 60 minutes to cook their dish, and will give a 3-5 minute presentation of their dish to the judges.
- The presentation may include ideas incorporated in your dish, your interest in Korea and how that affected your dish, and etcetera.
Judges for Final HanSik Contest
- Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta
- Chef Instructor at the Gwinnett Technical College Culinary Education Program
- Chief Executive Officer of the Georgia Restaurant Association
- Assistant Department Chair, Culinary Education at the Art Institute of Atlanta
- Clinical Assistant professor at Georgia State University in Hospitality
- Vice President of the World Korean Food Global Federation
- Immediate Past President of the Korean Food Global Association, SE USA
Culinary Process/Taste (70 points)
- Taste (35 points)
- Composition (15 points)
- Hygiene (10 points)
- Plating (5 points)
- Technique (5 points)
Presentation (30 points)
- Creativity (10 points)
- Enthusiasm towards Korean culture (10 points)
- Globalization (10 points)