욕심이 나, 우리 사이 요만큼만 더 가까이
I get greedy, wanting our relationship to get a bit closer
King Crab served the Korean way. First steamed or cooked in broth, then cut to be eaten easily. Best part is mixing rice in the crab’s head for a sweet, buttery crab bibimbab. SO AMAZINGLY GOOD served in seafood city: Busan, South Korea
SCHOOL FOOD's (A SOUTH KOREAN EATERY CHAIN THAT SERVES KOREAN COMFORT FOOD, AND FOODS THAT STUDENTS LIKE) DDUKBBOKI AND CHICKEN KIMBAB WITH ODENG BROTH ON THE SIDE
BIBIMBAB: Rice with a variety of toppings with GOCHOOJANG sauce. Mix it all together in a hot stone bowl!
Fries & Hot dog set @ MISS & MR POTATO in SOUTH KOREA. Hot dogs include Bulgogi Hot dog + Spicy Gochujang Hot dog. KOREANIZED AMERICAN FOOD
Froggy Green Tea Macarons @ Boo Cafe in South Korea
Bibim Gooksoo (Noodles mixed and rubbed in spicy Korean Gochoojang sauce).
GARLIC BALSAMIC STEAK @ MAD FOR GARLIC restaurant in SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA. Mad for Garlic focuses on dishes relating to all things Garlic!
CORN ICE CREAM: South Korean ice cream, sweet corn ice cream with sweet corn nibblets mixed within the ice cream. Surrounded by a layer of chocolate and rice wafers in the shape of corn. May seem weird (even to some Koreans), but its actually pretty good! *remember, you can’t judge until you’ve actually tried it!*
DDUKBBOKKI: Rice cakes with fish cakes, ramyun noodles, vegetables, and many other choices of ingredients all smothered in spicy ddukbbokki gochoojang sauce. Frequently eaten with fried squid, fried shrimp, fried mandoo (dumplings), and fried vegetables. A popular Korean snack food and street food that everyone loves (especially students).