I'm in the process of learning to cook Korean dishes (also Thai and Vietnamese).
I'm wondering what kind of vegetables I should grow in my garden this year. I don't have access to an Asian market, the nearest thing to it (and it wasn't very near, it was a Lebanese Gyro shop that stocked a few Asian things as well) closed this past summer.
My seed sources are
I already have garlic chives, sweet thai basil, sacred or holy basil, lemon basil, cilantro, and one variety of napa cabbage. I have lots of different kinds of eggplant, tomato, and peppers (I have been cooking Indian food for 30 years now, so I have a couple of hot pepper varieties and several Asian varieties of eggplant).
I know little or nothing about herbs, greens, and other vegetables used in Korean cooking (cucumber, radish - surely when these are called for they're not talking about the varieties typically grown in American gardens).