Traditional food culture is as influential as South Korea’s commitment to its historical values to maintain contemporary ceramics culture based on its historical traditions. This article discusses the relationships between South Korean ceramics and food culture in terms of their historical and contemporary dimensions, and also offers examples of research, patent studies, organizational and sectoral contributions, cultural and artistic policies, and education and training activities that support the prevalence of ceramics socially. In examining the diversity and functional advantages of ceramic kitchen utensils and dining table ceramics used in food preparation depending on cuisine, it is understood that ceramic goods are an indispensable element in the daily lives of Koreans in terms of culture and science. By focusing on ceramics, on its journey of culture-oriented development and global branding, the article examines the traces of South Korea’s historical continuity despite external factors; the Korean philosophy of life based on scientific thought, research, and development; and the traces of the unity of the nation in the integrity of education systems and in its global stance and dialogues. The country globally serves as an example of how to plan studies conducted on the specific culture of any nation.