So I ate a lot of food while I was in Korea. And it was all amazing. Unfortunately, I only have pictorial evidence of a few things – by the time I remembered to take pictures of things, I had already finished, like, most of what I was eating. And you can’t stop midway, you know?
Anyway, some of the food I ate was stuff that Soo Jin and I cooked together.
Some of the food was foreign, ‘coz I can’t get that in Taigu.
Some of the food was sweet, because I can’t walk by a bakery without going in.
Some of the food was coffee, because there were coffee shops EVERYWHERE.
And of course, many Korean food meals. Mmmm.
However, ironically, the things that I ate the most, I don’t have my own pictures for, so these are borrowed from other places. But almost everyday, I went to the Paris Baguette Bakery by Soo Jin’s apartment and bought at least four egg tarts. The ajusshi who worked there was one of the many food friends I made in Korea.
I also went and got hoddeok almost every day. Food friend #2.
All in all, a very scrumptious time.
***This picture is taken from a Korean cooking blog, maangchi, which tells you how to make them at home if you can’t get to Korea! http://www.maangchi.com/recipe/hoddeok