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Photohunt: Foreign — 22 Comments

  1. When I saw this week’s theme, I thought immediately of you and wondered what you’d post! FOOOOOOD! I love Asian food. It’s delicious and not heavy or fattening like American food.

  2. Definitely foreign food but the whole thing looks like such a fun experience. I went to a Korean restaurant in Texas one time and thought the food was great (very spicy!).

    Have a good weekend.

  3. These are such GREAT photos!
    I have been to Korea 4 times and stayed with Korean friends in Seoul and also Jeju Island. Everything you posted is so familiar to me from those travels. Taking off your shoes to enter a restaurant, scissors for cutting meat, sitting on the floor, grilling at the table, wow! I love this post!

  4. Hi Marta, sounds and looks like your lunch in Seoul was a success. Adelaide has a large Asian population so we have a variety of “foreign” eateries in town. So we have been brushing up on Asian cuisine before heading to that part of the world.

  5. That all looks so delicious Marta, I’ve only had kimchi and none of the other dishes you mention. But they sound wonderful — especially the bibimbap — and definitely exotic!

  6. I like bulgogi but, like you, prefer kalbi. Incidentally, the small dishes in the first photo are known as banchan — and it’s customary to be given them as a matter of course with your order; and the more banchan, the more highly thought of you are considered to be in status! 😉

  7. Bulgogi was one of my favorites when I was in Korea. We ate a lot of Ramyon, which they call Top Ramen in the US, but it is much spicier and better in Korea. Again this is one of those themes that can easily take so many directions. Fun photos and perfect for the theme.

    Thanks for dropping by my blog and I hope I see you again soon.

  8. Loved this post,Marta.Would love to try Kimchi.I think that we have a couple of Korean Restaurants here.Maybe it is time to try one of them!

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