This is by no means a complete list, but just some of the foods I’ve seen the most often when I’m out (and busy stuffing
It’s Wednesday morning; pouring outside – currently, has been, and will be the rest of the day. Despite this, I’m feeling oddly refreshed, a telling
Looking back, I would have to say that I’m incredibly lucky. Lucky in a lot of instances, which considering my pessimistic personality, is something that
As 2017 came to a ridiculously fast, but inevitable, and frankly highly anticipated end (not that 2017 was a particularly awful year, but I like the idea of a “new” start too), 2018 began with a strangely motivated Monica, who, whilst breaking out of her creative rut, edited, and enjoyed editing, her footage from Kyoto.
While I’m wallowing a bit in self-pity because I had an amazing holiday in Japan, I managed to pull myself up by my good ol’ bootstraps and edit this video for you (and also me, like a little souvenir memory of sorts). I would also like to point you to the fact that I just used the phrase “pull yourself up by your bootstraps,” which may just be the most southern thing I’ve ever done.
If you’re wondering what I’m up to when I’m not working, this is it! I’m eating! Taking after the foodie family I was raised by, I’m trying to do them proud by eating my way through Korea. I’m also lucky to have found someone who shares my love of food at the same level that verges on something almost spiritual. I think wherever you go if you manage to find someone who loves food and loves sharing the food of where they are from, you will inevitably enjoy one of the best parts that a country has to offer. Or maybe we just have an obsession and I’m trying to make it sound more poetic than it actually is.
1. DOLSOT BIBIMBAP (돌솥 비빔밥) (dor/l•sot bi•bim•bap) – Stone pot mixed rice Probably the easiest to come by and most popular dishes you will find