Korean BBQ, again
South Korea

Korean BBQ, again

Miranda

[april 2012] We went to eat Korean Barbecue in Seoul again this year.It was a bigger restaurant than last year and Japanese tourists were coming in one after another.They came to pick us up in the town and then took us to our next destination.As well as this full service, the meat was very very …

Countless crabs
South Korea

Countless crabs

Miranda

[april 2012] These are the crabs sold in Gijang Market in Busan.Here there are lots of tanks with numerous crabs being kept alive.Only a few days ago, I was in Kanazawa in Japan and saw fish market where they sell crabs in a box, one by one.It is so different and felt overwhelmed here in …

Vegetable was too thick and hard…
South Korea

Vegetable was too thick and hard…

Miranda

[april 2012] In Gyeongju in Korea, we had a meal called Ssam Pap.This means 'wrapping rice' apparently.We had some colourful vegetables to wrap the rice and others, but they were so thick and hard, which were difficult to eat.

Dish called Samgyetang
South Korea

Dish called Samgyetang

Miranda

[april 2012] What I knew about Korean foods were only Kimuchi, Barbeque and a few others, but this time in Busan I ate something called Samgyetang, which is my sister's favourite.Basically, this is a chicken soup, but apart from the Korean ginseng, there was not any flavour added.Apparently, you have to add salt yourself when …

Korean BBQ
South Korea

Korean BBQ

Miranda

[April, 2011] Korea is famous for its barbecue.The most impressive thing there was the thickness of the tongue.I usually eat very thin ones..The dipping was somewhat different from the one I am used to, a bit too sweet.According to my sister who loves Korea, the taste of Korea is either very hot or very sweet.