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YangPyeong Han-Jeong-Sik- Traditional Korean Table In YangPyeong

The first time eating here in YangPyeong was back in Autumn, on the night of the 1,000 year tea shop. This restaurant is pricey in regards to Korean food at 22,000 won per person, but the quality of the meal and the ambience of the restaurant make you turn a blind eye. The three main dishes (shown first)… Continue reading YangPyeong Han-Jeong-Sik- Traditional Korean Table In YangPyeong

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Side Dishes And Snowboarding In South Korea

Our days are officially numbered. The snow has stopped, the bitter winds are easing and the ski resort that Bobby had frequented, closed their slopes a couple of Mondays gone. While I’m happy for the return of heat, I’ll miss the little road trips together and watching Bobby in his element, excitedly flying down the mountain and asking… Continue reading Side Dishes And Snowboarding In South Korea

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Mat-Jibs And Fairy Lights: The Garden Of Morning Calm

At the moment and since December, different gardens throughout Korea are putting on light displays to keep admissions up over the colder months. After seeing this on TV and finding out it was only a 1-1.5 hour drive away, I put in my request and a few days later we bundled up in our warm clothes… Continue reading Mat-Jibs And Fairy Lights: The Garden Of Morning Calm

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Cute As And Tastier Than Buttons

Maechu-rial jang-jorim.This side dish is simple to make and the only thing that will eat into your time is the peeling of the eggs. You can use any, but the typical and best is made from quail eggs. Dosirakbento, a blogger constantly tantalising me with images of cute Korean and Japanese lunch boxes, posted recently… Continue reading Cute As And Tastier Than Buttons