|Korean salads took us a long time to get used to. Dressings are |
often fruit flavoured and yoghurty, and as you can see here,
cherry tomatoes are treated like the fruit they are.
|A typical Korean Thanksgiving gift for a loved one.|
12 tins of tuna and 4 tins of "Luncheon meat" (Spam)
And check out the bargain! Buy 10 boxes, get 1 free!
|Your Mum doesn't like tuna? No problem! Skip the|
fish and go for the simple 9-pack of "Richam" spam.
Another great deal - buy 5, get 1 free.
Spam for the whole family!
|It's not too clear but you see the yellow thing the girl is carrying?|
A 2-foot bag of crisps! She was just walking along, munching away.
I will definitely miss the huge bags of snacks they sell here.
|I know this had already been written about but|
I thought it deserved mentioning again -
this was the infamous (and tasty!) dog soup.
|Tiny bananas! You can see mandarins above |
and a grape to the left for comparison - so cute!
|Steamed squid stuffed with rice.|
Apparently they are as appetising as they look!
|A huge banquet for 5 people! |
This is 95% side dishes, 5% stuff we ordered.
Walking along the street one night we saw the following,
in the space of 200 metres...
|...but 3 crab vans! |
Who needs access to that many steamed crabs?!
|Dave's favourite pork-snack-drink-combo.|
The future of hand-free dining.
|Whole, deep-fried birds of some kind.|
|What I imagine to be the same birds, raw, opened,|
and stuffed with some weird berries or something.
|Too cute! Although Super Hans wouldn't be happy.|
"Pint of Guinness please. No logo on the foam".
|Scallops that we bought in Jagalchi Market...|
|Prepared and cook within minutes, along with some huge shrimp.|
|And a couple of yummy fish.|
|Dave, eating a fish eye.|
|Raw beef with onions and a raw egg. Not half bad!|
|The taste of summer. I grew to love these ice noodles|
but Dave still hates them. Either way, eating them is
a weird experience that I highly recommend.