All posts tagged Food

Food

  • Chuotang
    Wait… I’m eating mud?
    February 26, 2014, No comments

    There have been a few times in Korea when I was glad that I wasn’t told what I was eating until after I was done eating it and chuotang was one of those times. Usually the issue is just with translations. Who wants to hear …

  • Family
    Why Korean Mother-in-Laws Are The Best
    February 18, 2014, No comments

    Korean mother-in-laws are by far the best mother-in-laws to have. Okay, my title is misleading and the first sentence may or may not be entirely true. I only have experience with one mother-in-law, from here on out MIL,…

  • Piping hot and ready to eat, bungeoppang will warm your tummy and your heart!
    Tasty Korean Winter Snacks
    February 3, 2014, No comments

    While there are many things to dread about winter – the cold, the dark, the long days spent indoors – there are also more than a few perks to enjoy. Snow, winter festivals and sports, and delicious winter snacks –…

  • Antwerpen Antwerp
    Korean food in Belgium
    January 9, 2014, No comments

    Yesterday Min Jae and I roamed around Antwerp mostly looking for second hand shops and tasting some special Belgian beer. In the evening though I wanted to check out a Korean restaurant. Chinese restaurants abroad are…

  • 1 Gifts from Korea
    Gifts from Korea
    January 4, 2014, No comments

    First of all, I hope you spend some wonderful time with friends & family and hope you had dessert for breakfast at least once.And secondly, guess who’s visiting rainy Belgium for a month? That’s right,…

  • living with a Korean family
    Korean family life
    December 29, 2013, No comments

    The household I’m living with exists out of a mother & father and their two sons. Of course, living with a Korean family, I eat Korean food 3 times a day. Sometimes the family buys bread for me for if I would be missing…

  • Camera 360
    Exploring In and Around the Jeonju Hanok Village
    December 25, 2013, No comments

    Jeonju is an ancient city located in the Jeolla province, south of Seoul.  It is the home to pansori, a genre of musical story-telling, and is famous for the hanok village (Korean traditional houses) and hanji (Korean…

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    Red Bean Porridge (Patjuk) during Winter Solstice
    December 22, 2013, No comments

    Winter Solstice (Dongji, 동지), is celebrated on the day of the year when daylight hours are the shortest. This day usually takes place between 20 to 22 December of the solar calendar. Starting from this day, the days…