So I’ve made it a point not to get wasted until September 9.
I’m sitting at work, like, so hungry. My coworker and I are just going back and forth writing out different variations of how hungry we are.
Giving everybody a little break from my angsty ponderings with some of what I’ve eaten while strictly in Seoul.
If you go on a diet and you eat salad for four straight months, it can be very difficult to maintain.
I’m definitely going to look back on this point in my life and realize how trivial it all was and how, as per usual, melodramatic I was.
We are in school for most of our youth, which means for most of our youth, we have set vacation times. VACATION IS GOD SEND.
If you know me or my family, you know that my dad has a really obsessive personality. He went through a phase where he would go to Japan all the time and just loved everything about it, to the extent that he thought no other country lived up to it, including our very own South … More Lotus Restaurant 연화방 : Sichuan in Seoul
Contrary to popular belief, my favorite place to eat is at home. I do love going out to different restaurants and trying foods that are harder to recreate at home, but ultimately, I love just wandering over to the dining table in my pajamas and staying at the table for hours.And honestly, homecooked meals are … More Eating at Home
I absolutely love sitting in cafés, whether it be with friends or alone. The Europeans got that concept right. So after a delicious meal at Kappo Yokkomori (post to come), my friends and I met up with another friend at Goshen. It’s a very posh café in Cheongdam-dong in Seoul. The desserts are high quality … More Oh My Goshen!! :]
Whenever I’m scoping around the internet or Foursquare, I see that all the Korean girls go to this place called Queens Park in Seoul. I then asked one of my friends about it and he said it’s where all the ajumas go. For those of you who don’t know what an ajuma is, an ajuma … More Queens Park: Ajuma Central