"Simple, straightforward, and totally charming, Robin Ha's Cook Korean! is yet another example of why every cookbook should actually be a comic book."
--Amanda Cohen, chef/owner Dirt Candy
"Do you feel left out when all your cool friends mention their latest Korean food adventure talking about things like galbi, doenjang and different types of kimchi? Well, fear not, as Robin Ha made it her personal mission in her graphic novel cookbook filled with colorful illustrations, incredible stories, and insightful Korean recipes to not only educate but to instill confidence. So go pick up your copy of Cook Korean! and confidently engage in your next conversation about the hottest cuisine in America."
--Deuki Hong, chef and author of Koreatown: A Cookbook
"Cook Korean! is not just a wonderful collection of easy-to-follow recipes in comic form, it's also a delightful introduction to Korean culture. I can't decide what's more mouthwatering--the food or Robin Ha's art!"
--Michael Cho, cartoonist and illustrator
"Illustrator Robin Ha's cheeky cartoon characters (a cape-clad superhero Spam can, a group of signing bean sprouts) guide the reader through the basics of Korean food in comic-book-style panels and drawings. [...] Her cheerful main character, Dengki, coaches readers through each step. Before you know it, you're cooking along with her."
--Food & Wine magazine
"This highly recommended collection is a solid introduction for readers who feel daunted by Korean cooking and ingredients."
"Robin Ha has done a huge favor for anyone intimidated by the exotic ingredients and techniques of Korean cuisine. She's created a comic book that lays out the fundamentals of kimchi, bibimbap and Korean barbecue in the form of recipe-cartoons.
One of the most delightful cookbooks I've seen all year, "Cook Korean!" makes me want to drive to Buford Highway and fill a buggy with soybean paste, dried anchovies, green onions and tofu."
--Wendell Brock, Atlanta-Journal Constitution
"The imaginative Ha, who emigrated from South Korea to Alabama as a teenager during the '90s, fills the colorful pages of Cook Korean! with detailed images, ingredients, and step-by-step instructions for even the novice chef. The result is a super-comprehensive guide to literally every kind of Korean meal you could want, from the everyday sides (i.e. banchan) to the more elaborate noodle and rice dishes that could rival anything you'd find at a Korean restaurant."
--Jinnie Lee and Maura M. Lynch, MyDomaine