Near the ‘Hyehwa’ subway station, there is a university and
theatre district that is always bustling with people from morning to night. The hostel that I stayed in for a few days was in this district so I got to know
this area really well.
also opens up when it’s not raining. I came here with a few friends and we thoroughly enjoyed the
live music and long chats.
After much deliberation, my friend, Philo, ordered the
hamburg steak with Mexican rice.
really Mexican, nor is it Japanese.
quite liked it. We were also served some pickled cucumbers and radishes.
You can tell how long we stayed… =.= Anyways, the girl here who was singing
was awesome and sang one of my favourite songs, ‘Love Song’ by Sara Bareilles.
care whatsoever about the calories that I was about to consume. 😛 Ddukbokki is a traditional Korean snack food consisting of rice cake served with red pepper paste sauce. However, since this was cheese ddukbokki, the red pepper paste sauce was substituted by cheesy cream sauce.
cheese, rice cakes, and a few vegetables and ham slices.
of the dish. I should not have ordered something that was probably meant to be
shared by four people.
and definitely a complete contrast to my creamy dish.