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15 June, 2014

KFC or Korean fried chicken – review

KFC or Korean fried chicken – review
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KFC may have been invented in the US but the Koreans have perfected it! Korean fried chicken is tender, juicy and best of all, there’s hardly any oil in the skin so it’s crispy and crunchy! Perfect! Also, I love the radish pickles that come with as they complement the chicken perfectly! We found several
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11 June, 2014

Myeongdong Kyoja – review

Myeongdong Kyoja – review
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Myeongdong Kyoja (명동교자) has been serving knife cut noodles, kalguksu, for 40 years now and it’s very popular amongst tourists and locals alike. We were there at lunch time and choose their most popular dish, kalguksu with what looked like ground pork. The bowls of noodle soup came within minutes of ordering which normally would be
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11 June, 2014

Cookin’ Nanta performance – review

Cookin’ Nanta performance – review
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Since we’re food obsessed, we had to check out this show. It’s played 3 times daily at 2 different theatres in Seoul plus one in Jeju and has also been played in Broadway. I won’t go into too much details about the storyline but suffice it to say that it’s about food, or 3 chefs
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9 June, 2014

Buldak or fire chicken in Seoul – review

Buldak or fire chicken in Seoul – review
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Fire chicken, tummy ache inducing food due to the fiery heat from excessive chilies in the dish, is not authentic Korean food and apparently just one of the current fads. As we’re both chiliheads, we couldn’t pass up this opportunity to test ourselves! We were recommended Hongcho buldak (홍초불닭) by Taewoo of O’ngo cooking and
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9 June, 2014

O’ngo cooking class in Seoul – review

O’ngo cooking class in Seoul – review
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I found this school via Tripadvisor and signed up for the Korean barbecue class. The class was 3 well spent hours learning how to make Korean barbecue. We were 2 couples = 4 people with one instructor and 2 assistants. Because we had our very own efficient assistant, we didn’t get behind or felt lost. She
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