SeoulFood: Min’s Kitchen Seoul

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Sincheon Sweetness: A Day Off

Whenever I let people know I live in Sincheon, I usually say Jamsil instead. Sincheon is located in between Sports Complex (where the LG Twins and Doosan Bears play, where tons of music festivals and concerts are held, and where what I believe is the second tier soccer team calls home) and Jamsil. In Seoul there is “Sinchon” and “Sincheon”, so it’s easiest just to say Jamsil. The reaction is usually “Whoa! You live so far away!”.

Rubber Ducky, you’re the one!

photo courtesy of Ondong Kim After a wonderful morning seeing ancient tombs, a beautiful observatory, dressing up in traditional clothes, and walking through gardens and fields that went on for miles it was suddenly lunch time.  I expected to have to board the bus again and venture 20 minutes or so to our next destination….

How do you Sunday Funday?

I’ve been staying in on Saturday nights to take full advantage of Sunday mornings and it’s been paying off.  The past couple of Sundays have been pretty spectacular.  Great friends, great food, lots of walking – just a grand ol’ time before heading back to work on Monday (let’s be candid – my job is…

Teacher Kimbap

Kim Seon Saeng: If you see this Kimbap Chain make sure to head inside and check it out.  Not that my kimbap experiences have exactly been vast, but having lived in Vancouver I experienced my fair share of sushi and kimbap and know what I like (and this, my friends, I liked!).  My Hangul-reading skills…

It just keeps getting better!

What a jam-packed, fun-filled week it has been!  No complaints whatsoever.  Good times with new friends and tasty food in Hwamyeong all week followed by a Friday adventure to Gwangali Beach and Kyungsung University (an area of Busan full of Expats).  I’ve seen live music, have tried new foods (who knew I liked grilled radish…