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Korean Alley: Dak Galbi Review

I enjoy eating Korean food, and got the chance to try Korean Alley’s Dak Galbi and I love it from the presentation to preparation and the taste. 187 more words

Food, Drinks And Review

Korean Cuisine

This evening I am thinking about Korean cuisine as I was watching one of my favorite episodes of Late Night Restaurant.  See my post… 213 more words

Culture

Korean Cooking: Dak galbi (닭갈비)

Since I started preparing lunch (alternating with my colleagues), I started to use the opportunity to prepare light and healthy lunch in my quest to have a healthy and balance diet. 474 more words

Passionate Cooking

Fantastic Food Finds: Korea Edition

Hi All! I’m currently in Japan at the moment, after spending a week in Korea, where I ate a LOT of amazing food. Seriously, I wish Korean food was more of a thing in the part of Cali I live in, because it’s so amazing, I don’t want to live without it ever again. 800 more words

Sariwon

I absolutely love this place. I’ve been here countless times since 2013 and the quality of the food is still the same. Delicious!
That’s something that you can only find in good quality restaurants. 55 more words

Food

Switching Gears to Chuncheon

After finishing the temple stay experience at Baengnyeon Temple we set off to check out Chuncheon, which is approximately 50 minutes away from Seoul.  All I knew about Chuncheon was that it’s a beautiful place and they have a street dedicated to Dak Galbi, which is a popular Korean dish generally made by stir-frying diced chicken in gochujang sauce, cabbage, potato, onions, and rice cake together on a hot plate. 290 more words

Korea

Nami Island & The Garden of Morning Calm

Entrance on Nami Island

“Exchange rates” for other currency

Squirrel!

Zen rocks

Last Wednesday was Election Day, and during the weeks leading up to it, we were constantly accosted by loud speakers blaring candidates’ messages (which could be heard from our high rise, with the windows closed!), people with posters on street corners and in front of subway station entrances, and messages from candidates in our mailboxes. 604 more words

Adventures Within Korea