These Chinese tomb guardians always tickle my funny bone 😂 They look like the zhombie ghost has already arisen and it’s a REALLY bad hair day. The horror in their eyes! 😂😂 Check out these cute guys in the Chinese exhibition at Seoul National Museum! The weather is perfect right now! Cost: Free 🤑 Directions: Ichon Metro Station, Exit 2. Follow the signs to take … Continue reading Oh Dear Heavens to Betsy!
Checking out BHC for their chicken ‘n beer menu! It’s quite tasty and a great evening hangout! The owner recommended this chicken – spicy sweet n’ sour. Delicious with a good fry (always an important factor in fried chicken!) It was a really fun restaurant, kind of like a local pub. ❤ Came with radishes and popped rice snacks too. There were lots of chicken🐔 … Continue reading BHC Chicken N Beer!
As proclaimed food appreciators, we had to test out the Korean Street food. Mung Bean and pork mung bean pancakes! Tried the pork one and it was pretty good! Kind of like a hashbrown texture? Very onion and potatoesque 👍 These pancakes were cooked fresh at the street stall in Namdaemun, Seoul. 🇰🇷 Have you ever tried mung bean? What’s your thoughts?!? Continue reading Mung Bean Pancakes!
Kitchen God (Zao Jun) was on our bus! Hope everyone gets a good report this year! Follow us now for more ‘Daily Life’ stories from our travels! Continue reading Riding with Zao Jun
Today (January 17th) is the ‘Little Chinese New Year‘ – also known as the Kitchen God Festival (北方小年)! It’s the day to start the preparations for the Chinese New Year and the lunar festival. There are two versions of the Chinese holiday: 北方小年 or Běifāng xiǎo nián which represents the ‘Little Year’ to the north. Celebrated on January 17, 2020. 南方小年 or Nánfāng xiǎo nián … Continue reading Chinese Kitchen God Festival