Health and lifestyle

Sweet Potato Pastries for “Chuseok”

This year’s 추석: (Chuseok or 


Dinner at Lotte Hotel World’s La Seine Buffet

 

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How to Make Your Own ‘Crispy Gim’

My husband loves gim (김), Korean laver or seaweed. He prefers it roasted. We usually buy Korean roasted seaweeds in boxes, because those in packs don’t last a week. Last month, Omonim bought bundles of dry unsalted seaweeds, the ones that are not toasted yet. She said they are more delicious than the roasted seaweeds sold in packs. She taught me how to season and roast the seaweeds.


How Do You Like Your Bibimbap?

Tonight, I had a sudden craving for Bibimbap, so my husband and I went to what I call our “emergency hangout”, a 24-hour restaurant across from our apartment, where we often go when we get hungry in the middle of the night or when he comes home from work at 2 or 3 A.M., starving.


Korea’s Drinking Culture

Koreans like to drink “soju” with “samgyupsal“.

THIS IS AN OLD NOTE I’VE POSTED ON FACEBOOK LAST YEAR. I THOUGHT OF REPOSTING IT ON THIS BLOG TO SHARE MORE ABOUT KOREA’S DRINKING CULTURE. READ ON! ^^


What Koreans Like to Eat and Drink on Rainy Days

It’s been raining an awful lot lately… the kind of weather when you just want to curl up in bed the whole day.

Yesterday, after finishing all the household chores and since I had nothing else to do, the pelting rain tempted me to hit the sheets. I just wanted to take a short nap, but I slept for five hours!


Going Bananas over Bananas

My parents-in-law like to buy A LOT of bananas, although no one in the house likes to eat them. It drives me crazy!

Last week, they brought home bunches of bananas enough to feed a barrel of hungry monkeys. I don’t like wasting food, but how could my husband and I eat all those bananas before they turn rotten?


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