Kyungsung

New Thai Noodle Bar in Kyungsung

I just happened upon a new restaurant run by a Korean guy and he cooked up some very very good, authentic tasting Pad Thai. The noodles come in chicken (5,500 won) or prawn (5,000 won) varieties and the serving size is enough to fill you up.

My only gripes were that there were no peanuts or lime juice. The owner speaks good English, and he told me that peanuts are usually in there but they'd just run out that day. Also, he reckons that Koreans wouldn't eat it if he included limes (not that you can buy them here anyway).

Besides the noodles, there are a few other things on the menu: a chicken roll, some salads and a few other things I can't remember. You can also get Cass on tap for 2,500 won. And there's bubble tea, which strangely hasn't caught on in Busan yet.


Apartments in Kyungsung

Hello all,

I am looking for a nice, big apartment in the Kyungsung area for the end of December and was wondering if anyone living in Kyungsung could recommend places or apartment buildings in the area to check out.

My school is paying for my apartment and is shopping around for me, but I thought I would be further ahead if I could find someone living in a building in Kyungsung to recommend their building as the school has given me the final say on which apartment I take.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

Barry


A Taste of Turkey in Busan: Bey Kebap House

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Memet, the chef at Bey Kebap House

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The moment I walked into Bey Kebap House I felt like I was in another country. Blue Mediterranean-style tiles line the wall. Turkish pop, rock and folk songs play on the radio. A huge picture of the Istanbul skyline and the Bosphorus River cover the wall. You can even see the massive dome and minarets of the Hagia Sophia mosque in the picture.


BuSan Night Live

Date: 
Friday, March 12, 2010 - 10:00

Tired of the same old routine? Ever wonder if there’s more to life abroad than uncomfortable work dinners, and payday?

Ok not payday, we all love payday. But if you’re stuck in a foreigner rut, wandering the streets every weekend looking for something different, we have the perfect pick-me-up for you.

BuSan Night Live will be two nights of comedy that will make you cry with laughter. For two nights only, prepare to have your funny bone poked, prodded and tickled as we bring humour to Club Fabric, in the KyungSung University area.

On March 12th and 13th, the fun begins with a full assortment of sketches written and performed by local expat talent. There will also with a game-packed intermission as well as live musical entertainment from Wayfarer state.

The show starts at 11pm. Doors open at 10pm – free entry. Join us on these special nights. We guarantee a different experience!


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