Glasgow, Scotland, taken on November 11, 2015
There is a little Korean “fast food” restaurant near the university and out of curious I went for lunch one day. The bi bim bap was actually pretty decent! The price was quite reasonable too, so I might just go back for lunch very soon 😉
Waterloo, Canada, taken on September 21, 2012
Apparently someone in Waterloo was a big fan of Psy and decided to show off the fandom at his office window, I think in the Engineering 6 building. Can someone tell me what that sign says in Korean?
I’ve had Korean barbecue (Chinese-style, I suppose) plenty of times, but today was I had my first authentic Korean BBQ experience at a real Korean restaurant. The dinner was planned by my awesome group of friends (9 excluding myself) for my birthday tomorrow, also as sort of a farewell before Scotland. The food was great and the company was even greater. I am certainly going to miss these guys a lot!
I was in the mood for some Korean food today, so I went to supposedly a very authentic Korean restaurant with a friend. I ordered the jajangmyeon plus champongbap combo – jajangmyeon is a noodle dish with a thick black bean sauce mixed with beef and vegetables, and champongbap is spicy seafood soup with a bowl of rice. Boy the portions were much larger than I had expected…but I was hungry! The food was so…good! The soup was very hearty and super tasty, and I hadn’t expected the noodles to be so delicious. Love ❤
I stopped by my friend Ara’s place in Paris before our trip to Copenhagen, and she made these little rice balls for dinner! I guess these are more like seaweed rice triangles rather than balls, and I have yet to find out the Korean name for it. There are two types of filling – Korean kimchi and tuna mayonnaise. Delicious 🙂