Archive for January, 2010:

Jeju: Hallabong

Jeju: Hallabong

Check it out! I got my hands on some hallabongs. Shipped directly to me from Jeju by my lovely relatives. They are HUGE and DELICIOUS! If you got the dough, definitely splurge on these puppies.
Published on: Jan 31 2010
By: jenny
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Hongdae: Andong Steamed Chicken

Hongdae: Andong Steamed Chicken

Why visit the boring National Folk Museum in Seoul, when you got Andong Hahoe Folk Village. This 600+ year old traditional village makes you want to live like The Beverly Hillbilles before they became...
Published on: Jan 31 2010
By: jenny
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Haiti Fundraiser at Tomatillo on Feb 4th

I’m excited to share of a Haiti fundraiser going on at Tomatillo on Thursday, Feb 4th. I will be joining Seoul Eats at Yeoksam Station at 7pm. So, please join us for this wonderful event. They...
Published on: Jan 29 2010
By: jenny
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Myeongdong : Noodle Soup at Myeongdong Gyo Ja

Myeongdong : Noodle Soup at Myeongdong Gyo Ja

명동교자 Myeongdong Gyo JaAddress: 서울시 중구 명동2가 33-4Telephone: 02-776-3424Website: http://mdkj.co.kr/Directions: Line 4 Myeongdong Station (명동역) exit 8 walk straight for several...
Published on: Jan 28 2010
By: jenny
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Summary of Kansai Eats

Took a little longer than I wanted, but I’m finally done with Japan! Ha~ I don’t know if you guys noticed, but I added all the locations onto a google map. So, if you head there you can...
Published on: Jan 28 2010
By: jenny
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Kobe: Izakayaeyimae Sushi Bowls

Kobe: Izakayaeyimae Sushi Bowls

IzakayaeyimaeAddress: 日本兵庫県神戸市中央区北長狭通1丁目31−39Telephone: 078-391-0033Directions: Ten minute walk from JR Sannomiya Station (map) My buddy, Ike recommended...
Published on: Jan 28 2010
By: jenny
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Korean Street Food Series – Toast

Korean Street Food Series – Toast

Toast in Korea is not just bread with some butter and/or jam on it. When they say toast, they really mean an egg toast sandwich with ketchup. Most toast stands add vegetables into their eggs which makes...
Published on: Jan 28 2010
By: jenny
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Kobe: Usukawa Taiyaki

Kobe: Usukawa Taiyaki

Usukawa TaiyakiDirections: Five minute walk from JR Sannomiya Station (map) While roaming the streets of Kobe, I came upon this taiyaki shop. Taiyaki is a fish-shaped waffle filled with sweet red beans...
Published on: Jan 27 2010
By: jenny
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Kobe: Chinatown – Nankinmachi

Kobe: Chinatown – Nankinmachi

Directions: Ten minute walk from JR Sannomiya Station (map) Nankinmachi is Kobe’s Chinatown. It may be small, but good to see a Chinese acrobat show or some yummy butamans aka pork buns. Squid...
Published on: Jan 27 2010
By: jenny
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Himeji: Black Sesame Seed and Soy Ice Cream near the Himeji Castle

Himeji: Black Sesame Seed and Soy Ice Cream near the Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle (map) is the “most militarily and artistically perfect historic monument” in Japan. Hence the reason why it naturally registered as the first Japanese National Cultural Treasure...
Published on: Jan 26 2010
By: jenny
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