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Mexi Jeon

Jeon is a Korean pancake that is typically served as an appetizer or side dish. Common types of jeon are Kimchijeon, Kimchi pancake, and Pajeon, Green onion pancake. 414 more words


Raw Beef and Korean Street Food

Seoul has a ton of markets for food and clothing, some of which I’m going to cover in the future, but if you ever wanted to try raw beef with some delicious bibimbap (and most importantly, safe to eat) you should head to Changsin Yukhoe in Gwangjangsijang, very close to Jognro 5 ga station. 62 more words


One Thing





Sasa bertanya galak dan anak lelaki di hadapannya tergelak. 845 more words


Husband Bento #23 - Chicken Wraps

Yup! The title of this bento is simply Chicken Wraps (….creative brain juice running low, can’t think of one… haha).

The ingredients are nothing fancy. Just… 175 more words

Little Bentos

6.217 Nokdu Jeon


10 (Mon) August 2015

Nokdu Jeon


at Pyeongyang Myeonok

-Nonhyeon, Seoul-

with the wife & DJ

Summer Vacation, Day 10 (see previously 6.216 Mul Naeng Myeon… 54 more words

Day 29 (7/26): Gwangjang Market (광장시장)

It was late and close to closing time, so the lady gave us a discount, ₩10,000 for the four of us for different types of her fried food: squash, a crab meat + ham kebab, fish cake, seafood and chives (my favorite–pajeon), pig liver, kimchi jeon (pancake), and pork meat. 36 more words

6.136 TEKREM 32 + 33 : Twin Brothers


21 (Thu) May 2015

Haemul Pa Jeon


at Brothers

-Ermita, Manila-

with KD, MG

TEKREM (Try Every Korean Restaurant in Ermita/Malate). So long as I’m currently living in Ermita/Malate, a pair of neighborhoods that together constitute central Manila’s closest thing to a Koreatown, and while GMTD was never intended to be a Korean food blog but kinda is, I may as well attempt to eat at all the Korean eateries in the area, including those serving Korean-Chinese fare, and review them here.   560 more words