All posts tagged Restaurant

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February 5, 2015
My friends and I visited a new specialty restaurant called ‘Mattna Kamjatang’ since it opened up near my place. I couldn’t help but get curious since I haven’t tried kamjatang (감자탕) yet so I immediately…
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Sharing the passion for Korea

August 8, 2014, No comments

It ‘s almost one week ago since I got back from an other exciting trip to Korea with some of my Hapkido students. After my first trip to Korea ...

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Eating raw fish at Soraepogu fish market

June 19, 2014, No comments

During my last visit to Korea in april my mother in law had an appointment at a local traditional doctor in Incheon. Leaving from Pyeongtaek city by s ...

I thought I wasn't a dog person until I met these happy little pups!

Sip in Style at a Themed Café

July 27, 2013, 2 Comments

Behold, the cat cafe. Part of the reason I moved to Korea was to experience the strangeness that comes with living in a foreign country, but the shee ...

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    A day at D-Cube City
    October 10, 2012, No comments

    Western Seoul doesn’t get much respect. Oh, of course, you can argue that the young and hip Hongdae and Sinchon districts are in western Seoul, but for some reason, when people mention western Seoul it’s usually…

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    Fishy Korea: fish, fish, delicious fish
    July 18, 2012, No comments

    Jagalchi Market, the famous fish market in Busan People! You do know Korean food isn’t only about barbeque, kimchi, and bibimbap, right? (Right?) Okay, let’s say you do. Then tell me this: how many Korean fish dishes…

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    Top 10 Late night snacks in Korea
    June 12, 2012, 1 Comment

    Korea is a country that never sleeps. All-night shops and restaurants are common and people gather together until the wee hours of the morning. During the summer, it’s especially easy to find Koreans escaping the…

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    Guide to Kimbap restaurants
    May 29, 2012, No comments

    * This post is written by Robert Dunning, one of the Korea Blog’s Worldwide Korea Bloggers. If you live in Korea, you most likely visit some type of Korean kimbap restaurant.  I hear from many of my friends that they…