Currently, Indonesians, especially millennials, are loving authentic Korean dramas. In various dramas, it often features various types of Korean specialties, ranging from street food to main dishes.
This has made the demand for Korean seasonings and specialties by the Indonesian people increase. Because it adopts from other countries, with a non-muslim majority of the population, muslims need to pay attention to its tipping point.
Related to this, the Institute for the Study of Food, Medicines, and Cosmetics of the Indonesian Ulema Council (LPPOM MUI) through IG Live @lppom_mui again held a Halal Talk on Thursday, October 14, 2021, at 19.00 WIB.
Korean Food, what is the tipping point? How to get halal Korean Food in Indonesia? Is it difficult? Vemy Suryo Qushayyi S.TP (Auditor of LPPOM MUI) and Naomi Carissa Intaqta, S.TP (Internal Control Specialist of LPPOM MUI) were present as speakers to thoroughly explore the critical point of Korean food.
Watch IG Live at the following link: https://www.instagram.com/lppom_mui/