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How To : Oops! Food Too Spicy? Here's How to Fix It

The headline above may have some spice addicts shaking their heads, but, believe it or not, there are people out there who either don't like or can't handle a ton of spice. And even heat lovers sometimes add more spice to a recipe than intended—so check out these handy method ...more

News : 2009's Wackiest Inventions

As 2009 comes to a close, the Telegraph presents a compilation of this past year's wackiest inventions. As always, here at WonderHowTo, we are inspired and impressed by ingenuity. The contraptions below range from utter silliness (engagement ring bra) to downright amazing (see ...more

Velveting Meat : The Best-Kept Chinese Restaurant Secret

One of my favorite things about American Chinese food is how easy it is to eat: the pieces are bite-sized, the flavors are addictive, and the meat is always tender and easy to chew. But if you've ever tried to replicate any of your favorite takeout in the kitchen, you've likel ...more

How To : How & Why You Should Make Your Own Protein Powder

Protein powder is a fad in the same way that Justin Bieber's music is: you either love it, or you hate it. Everyone I know has a strong opinion about protein powder, ranging from "daily necessity" to "utterly useless." The funny thing about protein powder is that these opinio ...more

News : Kim Joon's Naked Body Art (Possibly NSFW)

Wow, naked + batman + tattoo/body painting = some pretty "out-there" art... Korean artist Kim Joon has been fascinated with tattoo culture ever since his days in the military as a young man. Since, he has taken his obsession into the fine arts realm, treating the human body l ...more

News : Painstakingly Crafted 3D Paper Art

Korean artist Cheong-ah Hwang creates three-dimensional paper art by layering pieces of cut paper upon pieces, decoupage-style. The paper bird is fantastic, as well as her Obi Wan Kenobi & more. Scroll down for process photos. Process:

How To : Play Yiruma's "River Flows in You" on piano

Learn how to play "River Flows in You" by acclaimed South Korean composer and pianist Yiruma with this free video piano lesson. This video, which merely presents the chords and notes of the songs, is geared more toward intermediate and advanced players, pianists of all skill l ...more

How To : Build a Mechanic in MapleStory (Levels 10-159)

The Mechanic character class is now live in Global MapleStory (GMS), the international version of Nexon's popular free massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Celebrate the release by building a super-powerful Mechanic to call your own! No idea how to invest your skill ...more

How To : Roll Sushi—The Ultimate Guide

Sushi rolls, known as makizushi in Japanese, are only limited by your imagination—and your ability to roll them neatly, of course. While it may seem like a lot of effort, rolling sushi is a snap if you have the right tools. If you plan on making sushi rolls a lot at home, a b ...more

How To : DIY Instant Cup O' Noodles for a Better Lunch

Instant ramen and just-add-water noodles are lifesavers because they are convenient and fast, but they are also usually chock-full of processed ingredients and unrecognizable pieces of dehydrated meat and vegetables. These DIY cups o' noodles are still portable and fast for B ...more

How To : Pronounce Korean vocabulary with a word relay

Check out this Korean language tutorial video that demonstrates how to pronounce Korean words using word relays. Practice your Korean vocabulary skills with this word relay exercise. Korean is not an easy language to learn for foreigners, but there are definitely interesting a ...more

How To : Play "River Flows In You" from Yiruma on piano

Learn how to play "River Flows In You" by the South Korean composer Yiruma on piano or keyboard with this music tutorial. This popular song is played in regular time at first but the it is slowed down so you can follow the notes easier.

News : The Many Wonders of Black Garlic

Garlic: almost every cuisine in the world considers it a staple, and for good reason. Its pungent flavor gives depth and character to food. Dishes made without it seem bland and forgettable. And on top of all that, it's been studied for its potential anti-cancer properties (an ...more

How To : Say "I love you" in Korean

In this tutorial, we learn how to say Korean Travel Phrases #8 - I love you. Saranghamnida is how you say "I love you" in Korean. You will want to make sure you have the right pronunciation when you say this. If you don't say it correctly, you will be saying a completely diffe ...more

News : LG's POLED Issues Are Affecting the Pixel 2 XL

Update 10/23: The hits just keep on coming. We're now seeing reports of a "smearing" effect when scrolling through apps on the Pixel XL 2. We'll expand on that at the bottom of this article, but it's still worth reading the background information on issues with LG's new POLED ...more

News : Paper-made Girls

Korean artist Osang Gwon creates more than just alluring paper-made girls. Gwon has moved past traditional papercraft, taking volumes of photographs of his subjects and constructing sculptural forms from the carefully arranged 2D images. Gwon shows in galleries, and has done ...more

News : iOS 12 Dev Beta 2 & Public Beta 1 Hit iPhones

Right on the heels of the iOS 11.4.1 beta 3 release, Apple pushed out iOS 12 beta 2 to registered developers on Tuesday, June 19. Public beta testers received the same version, labeled as iOS 12 public beta 1, six days later on Monday, June 25. Last year, the iOS 11 public bet ...more

How To : Construct a Korean fighter kite with your kids

This creative kite is perfect for high flying! Watch this instructional how to video to learn how to build an intermediate level Korean kite. For this project you will need: rip-stop nylon, bamboo sticks, cloth tape, double stick step, scissors, magic marker, yard stick, tooth ...more

How To : Make Korean dukbokki, a hot and spicy rice cake

This tutorial video will teach you how to make dukbokki, a popular Korean snack that is essentially a hot and spicy rice cake. To make this Korean dish, you will need a rice cake, dried anchovies, hot pepper paste, sugar, and green onions. Hot and spicy!

How To : Why You Should Be Making Your Own Spices at Home

In my opinion, spices are the key to a successful kitchen. With a healthy array of spices and spice mixes, you have the foundation for nearly any dish that you want to make; the culinary world is your oyster. With a depleted cupboard of spices, however, nearly every recipe loo ...more

The Sony Hack : Thoughts & Observations from a Real Hacker

By now, nearly everyone with any type of media access is aware that Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked on November 24th. Although there can be many interpretations and lessons drawn from this audacious act, there is one indisputable conclusion: it and its ripples across th ...more

How To : Sushi + Burrito = The Ultimate Handheld Meal

Sushirrito offers burrito-sized sushi rolls that are on the cusp of becoming the trendiest handheld snack to hit the foodie world. According to its website, Peter Yen created the Sushirrito brand, trademarked it in 2008, and opened his first restaurant in 2011 in the Bay Area ...more

News : Korean Kid Gets Robo-Awesome on the Dance Floor

Today's innovation lies in the world of poppin' and lockin'. In fact, WonderHowTo's very own CTO, Bryan Crow, is no stranger to the realm of pop and lock-tastic (ask him, maybe he'll share some tips). But until Bryan posts some vids, we enjoy Korean extraordinaire Edo, as he g ...more

News : Slurp Live Octopus Here

Another stomach churning exotic delicacy (previously, testicles: 1, 2). Watch below as National Geographic pays a visit to Korea to check out the art of eating live octopus. Not QUITE as scary as seen in Korean movie classic, Oldboy (videos 2 & 3 in the gallery below). Oldboy ...more

News : Flying Pegasus Operated with LEGO Gears & Cranks

Korean MOC Pages user Kyoung-bae Na, aka edulyoung, constructed this beautiful LEGO automaton of a winged Pegasus. Maneuvered with a series of mechanical LEGO gears and cranks, watch below as Pegasus "hovers", flapping her wings. Kyoung-bae Na sells his creations out of his e- ...more

News : You're Eating Mold & You Don't Even Know It

Koji is a culture made up of a certain fungus (mold) called Aspergillus oryzae, which has been used to ferment rice and soybeans in Japanese, Chinese, and Korean kitchens for centuries. Koji can actually have other involved fungi, but Aspergillus oryzae is the most common, and ...more

How To : Read and write Hangul

Check out this Korean language tutorial to learn how to read and write Hangul. This is the native alphabet of the Korean language. Watch the first video in the series, "How to Read and Write Hangul." Romanization is not the most effective method of writing Korean, so learn how ...more

How To : Introduce yourself in Korean

Check out this Korean language tutorial video to practice introducing yourself in Korean. Watch as other Korean learners introduce themselves in this demonstrational video. This video is a great way for beginners to gain familiarity with the common effort of introducing yourse ...more

HowTo : Flash Mob Like a Boss

Watch enough Glee and Buffy's Once More, With Feeling and it will never fail to instill the urge to do something stupid in public. And hey, what better way to do this than to drag others down with you? Welcome to the world of flash mobs, and in just a few simple steps you too ...more

How To : Make a Cold Japanese Soba Noodle Salad

This summer, I am looking forward to eating light. Lately I've been eating a lot of cold noodles, whether it be pasta salads or cold soba noodles with vegetables. I took inspiration for classic Japanese soba tsuyu dishes to compose this dish. Mine includes four different veget ...more

NYT : Culinary Creativity Fueled by Marijuana?

Is it possible that creativity in the kitchen could be accredited to marijuana use? Stoners are certainly known for relishing the art of yummy food. Certainly not all chefs are potheads, but the New York Times presents an interesting portrait of those who are. Check out their ...more

News : Fish Sauce—The Ultimate Umami Bomb

I grew up eating Korean, Japanese, and Chinese food, but it wasn't until college that I experienced Thai and Vietnamese cooking. Once I started, I couldn't get enough of these cuisines. The dishes had an incredible richness and savor that I couldn't identify, but whatever it w ...more

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