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    August 5th 2017 , 4:51 pm
    Categories: Food, Friendship, Korean related, Overseas, Personal life, Pictures, Shopping, Travel, With my NEX

    Speaking of food, I really like the porridge found in Korea. I actually missed those porridge after I came back to Singapore (and I am not a porridge person, other than having my favourite scallop AONE porridge).

    I also love the ginseng chicken soup in Korea. Seriously, it is a must-have food during winter and I am thinking of going back to Korea in winter for the ginseng chicken soup…

    I am glad that I tried Yoogane in Korea too. It’s so much cheaper in Korea. We paid less than S$10 per person for this chicken kimchi fried rice.

    We also had stir fried chicken at Sinsa-dong. Well, the food at Sinsa-dong isn’t cheap and this is one of the cheaper ones we found. :smile: It’s really tasty too!

    I am glad that Rui Yun decided to go and try Baskin Robbins because I think that was my first and only time to eat Baskin Robbins. It’s not that it’s bad but it’s just that I don’t think I can find such interesting flavours in Singapore. Sadly, I forgot what flavours that I ordered but I remembered how much I love those flavours…

    We went to Myeongdong to shop and saw this lovely scenery too. Winter scenery in Seoul is really nice. Oh did I say that winter street food in Myeongdong is one of the best in Seoul? Haha. :grin:

    We went to Sinsa to visit the LINE store near that area for shopping and cafehopping. Then I spotted this slope. Whoa, the horrors of climbing slopes in San Francisco flowed towards me immediately. Luckily we didn’t need to climb that slope…

    And some of the other photos I took at Sinsa…

    Here are some of the photos I took at LINE store at Sinsa too. :smile:

    We also went to Garosugil (the famous cafehopping place) as it is near the LINE store at Sinsa. I wanted to go there for my last 2 trips to Korea but didn’t managed to. Glad that I managed to do so on my third trip!

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