"Try it with kimchi!"
The dictionary hints say that "try it" can either be 해보세요 or 시도한다, but the correct answer is 드셔보세요, where did this word come from?
As far as i understand it it's a combination of 드시다 and 보다. 드시다 is apparently the honorific form of "to eat" or "to drink", while 보다 means "to see" and can also mean "to try" combined with some other verbs. So 드셔보세요 translates rather to "try eating it" than to "try it". 해보세요 then means "try doing it"
http://www.learnkoreanlp.com/2008/09/try.html?m=1 the only one i could find rn referring to this topic