The secret to radiant, young-looking and healthy skin? It's not in your makeup pouch. It's in your diet. Here's one Korean beauty food that I love.. Oyster Jeon (gul-jeon)! In Korea, oysters taste best in winter season. It is usually sold for 2,500 - 3,000 won per pack. On our way home yesterday, Hubby and… Continue reading Korean Food | Gul Jeon (굴전)
Cheongdam Market is not a local market but a restaurant that offers unlimited meat and seafood. Yes, that's right, meat and seafood. Eat-all-you-can meat restaurants or seafood restaurants are pretty common in Seoul but not those that offer both. I was kind of excited as it was my first time to visit the place but unluckily, the… Continue reading Unlimited Meat & Seafood At Cheongdam Market
Cucumber kimchi, also known as oi kimchi (오이 김치) is one of my favorite kinds of kimchi. Yes, there are a lot. Aside from being delicious and healthy, it is so easy to prepare. Here’s how I make cucumber kimchi at home. Ingredients: 5 cucumbers buchu (asian chives) or green onions cut into 2 inches lengths… Continue reading Korean Side Dish: Cucumber Kimchi
Today I met my Korean friends for late lunch. We went to a popular grill restaurant in Gwangjang-dong called Gogogi. In Korea, grill restaurants are also known as Gogi-jib. Gogi is the Korean word for meat and jib for house. Unlike other grill restaurants where meat is served pre-sliced and you have to do the… Continue reading Grill Time!🥩
I had been eating Italian food these past few days so I decided to have Korean cuisine for today's lunch at home. Yeah, I'm in love with my Korean husband but I think I'm more in love with Korean food. Always my favorite, always the best! LOL.