The Queen of England once celebrated her birthday in South Korea by eating delicious Korean food.
In 1999, Queen Elizabeth II visited South Korea as part of a royal tour and celebrated her 73rd birthday there. Her Majesty took a trip to the ancient village of Hahoe in North Gyeongsang, where she experienced some of the areas most important cultural traditions.
Queen Elizabeth II watched as Koreas most famous dish, kimchi, was prepared in front of her. She then watched a performance of the villages unique dance, which had received the title of Important Intangible Cultural Property for its cultural and historic significance to the area.