I’m Home, I’m eating


IMG_2469So, being home means you have to eat all the good foods that you didn’t eat in Korea. Top of the list French toast and crème brûlée.

For the record, Seoul has these foods but generally you didn’t eat them. Why, because it was expensive and it never tasted quite like having it in America where fatness runs free. Beside, you didn’t want to be a person who ate the same foods you did in America. It sorta defeats the whole eating and living in another country.

Now that you are back, you definitely have some Korean food cravings. You can get Korean food in America of course but is it the same? Is it? Bettcha, it is double or triple the price!