I walk past this shop whenever I go home but I never bothered stepping inside.
To be honest, the outside display is cute. Also, the shop isn’t that big. The place could probably hold at most 20 people inside.
We sat on the bar because the place was full even if it was already 9:20 PM. We ordered the Beast Ramen – pork bone broth, chashu, beef strips, corn, spring onions, and tamago.
It was indeed a beast! The bowl was bigger than my face. And for the price of PHP 310, the taste wasn’t bad! In fact, it was better than what I expected. They got the noodles right – firm with a bit into it. The only thing I will probably comment was the egg. It lacked a little flavor but was cooked right.
The place is quaint and homey.
I am surprised that I didn’t try eating here. Now, I have a place to go for not-so-late cravings. The next time, I’ll try the other items on the menu.
Was still craving for seafood.
We found Han’s Deli in one of the alleys of Myeongdong. It’s spicy! The noodles are tender but with a bite. They were very generous with the amount of seafood in the plate.
It was the perfect closure to a great and unforgettable trip.
Sulbing (it’s the brand name, the food is bingsu). It is probably one of the best things your money can buy in Korea.
Strawberries are not in season so I settled with mango. It is not as exciting but delicious nonetheless.
See the number if spoons given to me? One bowl is supposed to be shared between 2 people. Who cares? It’s so delicious, I can consume one on my own.
Reached the end of the trail at Samcheong Park and I went into the first store I saw.
It’s Boba Time and I ordered the coconut and strawberry smoothie!
One of the best things I like about Korea is their strawberry! It was refreshing and I would order it again.
Last April, I fell in love with this udon store named Marugame Udon. You choose what you want to include in your meal. There also choices for tempura and other deep fried Japanese comfort food.
So, when I returned to come back, I had to return to this place.
I can’t say the exact location but it’s in front of the Chinese embassy. It’s on the alley beside the Starbucks across from Lotte Young Mall.
Who was so excited when they learned that Lang Leav was writing a novel? Me.
Who went to the book store to buy the book as soon as it was released? Me.
Who wanted to start reading as soon as I got my own copy? Me.
Who was thoroughly disappointed with how things turned out? Me.
Where was The Universe of Us? Lullabies? Love & Misadventure? Memories?
Or maybe, I was a big fan of her work in poetry that I expected so much from a novel. I wanted something with meat. I wanted something heart-wrenching (from the title Sad Girls). But, all I got was a cliche story line with a lot of cliche elements.
Maybe she was meant to write poetry and not narratives.
In the end, I may not be a girl but I was as sad, in every way, as the girls were.
Park Jung Woo (Ji Sung) is a prosecutor at Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office. One day, he wakes up and finds himself locked up inside Woljeong Penitentiary. He is suffering from temporary amnesia. Park Jung-Woo is falsely accused and is sentenced to death. Now, he must struggle to prove his innocence.
I am a fan of Ji Sung’s acting ever since I saw him in Kill Me, Heal Me. In this series, he picked it up a notch. He is a supremely gifted actor and some of the younger actors today couldn’t even compare. He gives a lot of emotion and dimension to the role he is portraying.
As for the other cast, I couldn’t find fault. Although, I must confess that the female lead isn’t much of a factor in progressing the story. Honestly, she could be removed from the series and there wouldn’t be a lot of difference.
And one thing I like about detective dramas is the retribution in the end. It’s just so satisfying to watch. Although, I couldn’t recommend to watch it in one sitting because the series is just so heavy.