These were spotted at the GS25 store for 1200 a pack. The taste is like the melona ice cream bars. It is refreshing and good.
My wife surprised me with a new coffee grinder. It is from delonghi and she got it online for about 90,000 won. It’s a good blender with lots of grinding options. The only cravat is that it is a little hard to clean. I found getting a paint brush works best to get rid of the grinds.
I brought back some Stumptown Coffee and I ground it and made a cup. I got three different coffees but the first one was the hairblender. It is one of their famous blends. It is robust with medium acidity with tart lemon hints. It is a fine coffee. Not a bad way to start a Sunday.
I made breakfast this morning. An omelet with some Bahaman spice (a spicy oregano, rosemary salt I got from the Bahamas.) I also made a delicious Blueberry and citron salad with feta cheese. I just used baby greens for the mix. It was quite delicious with the eggs.
Korea needs new slogans to promote their foods. I like this one. This was said by Angela Poth after eating bindaetteok for the first time.
Bindaetteok: It’s like Hashbrowns on Crack!
I have been married about a month now and I have to say that I like it very much. (Yes, I know I have to say that:) The honeymoon went well despite little complications here and there and we arrived back to Seoul safe and sound.
We are getting our house together and I am doing my best to be a good husband, brother-in-law, and son-in-law. It is a bit of a shock because I still want to live like a bachelor sometimes. I think a lot of this became apparent when we were moving my stuff to our new house. We moved everything there and then I had to go to work. My wife sorted through my stuff and then when I came home she had a pile of stuff she was ready to throw away. A lot of the stuff was old clothes but I had memories and attachments to them so I was a little upset she was going to throw them away. Of course the clothes were ratty and old but I liked them.
I would recommend getting married at the JW Marriot because the honeymoon package is amazing. After a very stressful day of getting ready for the wedding and missing out on the meal since we were doing the ceremony, it was very nice to be able to go to a quiet room to have snacks and drinks ready for us. There were little snacks like chocolates and fruit. There was also a bottle of wine in our room (which we used to prepare for the big day). After the ceremony was finished we took a nap, then went to our reception parties. Yoonie went to the sauna (which is amazingly luxurious). The honeymoon package includes 200,000 won for room service so we ordered dinner later that night and breakfast in the morning. Oh, it also includes snacks and drinks during happy hour.