The last time I went on a road trip, I didn’t drive. So I was thrilled at the thought of driving up north to the country that I embarrassingly know very little about, Canada.
Over break, I had the most wonderful vacation visiting Niseko Village in Japan, a ski area right by Sapporo. My schedule was as follows: Breakfast buffet Slopes Lunch buffet Slopes Onsen (hot springs) – amazing minerals for your skin and super relaxing !! Dinner at a given delicious restaurant Sleep (gain weight) We were there … More Sushi and Skiing
Find my original post at Sweet Lemon Magazine!! I’ll be writing NYC recs there for the summer 🙂 I’m all about Korean pride, and I am lucky enough to have friends who are obsessed with Asians (that might be the only reason we are friends), so I wanted to take them to Koreatown. Korean BBQ is … More Miss Korea BBQ
Going to Val, our dining hall, has been far more anti-climactic than I expected. I was really excited to be in control in terms of deciding when I eat and what exactly I eat. However, college food just isn’t that great…although I can occasionally make a mean wrap. But I went out to High Horse, … More High Times at High Horse
My dad opened his third restaurant in Seoul called Kappo Yokomori 캇포 요꼬모리 (Yokomori for short héhé) back in early November, and it seems to be quite the hit. It’s in the basement of his first one Sushi Matsumoto 스시마쯔모토, and the concept is a little more casual than that and Juan 쥬안. It’s another … More Kappo Yokomori 캇포 요꼬모리
5 liters of beer, 2 roast chicken, 2 pork belly sandwiches, 1 schnitzel sandwich, 2 bratwurst and sauerkraut, 1 huge thing of doughy bread coated in warm vanilla cream sauce, 1 something I don’t know the name of coated in apricot compote, 1 chocolate-coated rasberry stick, 1 bag of sugar-coated walnuts (since I thought it … More I Survived Oktoberfest 2012