These are the 6 Best Korean Soup Recipes for Winter! These soups will not only warm you up but also help you stay healthy. Some soups are packed with Vitamin C which is great for colds!


This deeply satisfying soup is like a warm hug for your tummy. Beef is slowly simmered with onions and green onions to produce rich flavors and meat that’s fall-off-the-bone tender.

It’s a tradition for Koreans to eat rice cake soup on new year’s day. So this is definitely a Korean Winter Soup – with such a delicious mix of protein from ground beef, carbs from the rice cake, and vegetables like onion, seaweed.

This Radish soup gets its hearty flavors from an anchovy-dashima (kelp/kombu) stock and Korean soybean paste (doenjang). Radish is great wintertime food because it is high in vitamin C which helps your immunity to keep the flu and cold away.

A classic favorite made with beef brisket, green onions, bean sprouts, and optional gosari (bracken fiddleheads) in a belly-warming broth spiced with Korean chili powder (gochukaru).

A simple yet extremely nutritious soup made with cornish game hen or young chicken and lots of garlic that Koreans swear by for revitalizing the body, something we all need during the cold and flu season. It’s Korean chicken soup for the soul!

This is the soup to have if you’re feeling under the weather. Soybean sprouts are a good source of protein, vitamin C, B vitamin folate, and fiber. The root ends of the sprouts contain amino acid asparagine which is said to alleviate hangovers!