South Korean Food

South Korean Food

a lot of rice, some vegetables and a selection of meat and sea food

Location: 

529-1 U-dong, Haeundae, Busan, South Korea

Duration: 

Friday, May 18, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Korean Food: surprisingly similar to North Korean Food
  2. Kimchi: fermented vegetables served with literally all food
  3. Table Grill: not my favourite, gets too smelly, not enough veggies
  4. Bibimbap: mixed rice with different veggies and a fried egg on top
  5. My experience: food is pretty okay everywhere but not my favourite

Image sources

  1. Local pancake at 168 Stairs Busan
  2. Live bakery at Gamcheon Cultural Village
  3. Bibimbap at the KTX Mainstation Busan
  4. Cinnamon bread with Chai Latte
  5. Fried squid at Haedong Yonggungsa

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