I ate A LOT in my hometown in Daegu, South Korea this summer. Enjoy this post of way too many food pictures featuring some of my favorite dishes!
Puffer fish is one of my favorite things to get in South Korea! This post features an assortment of delicious dishes made with puffer fish including fried fish, fish bulgogi, marinated fish skin, fried rice, and soup!
Hwawoldang bakery has been offering quality red bean castella and mochi for over 90 years! If you are a fan of red bean like me, you definitely want to check this place out.
I’m calling all the chicken lovers in this post, where I highlight the delicious garlic chicken in Suncheon! It fueled my trip to the beautiful Suncheon Bay National Graden as well.
Get ready to eat marinated crabs to your heart’s content at this restaurant, which has fresh crabs, an unlimited side dish bar, and even delivery nation-wide!
Explore the unique flavors that Yeosudang has to offer, such as corn and mugwort ice cream! Their baguette burger and ice cream made for a delicious breakfast on my way to Odongdo island.
If you are on the hunt for some seriously delicious noodles in Yeosu, I have good news for you! Read on to see what makes this restaurant’s tangsooyook and jjambbong the best!
If you are a fan of desserts (or even if you are not), this post will make you crave some sweets! See the many options of Egg Tarts and Tiramisu that Ikseon-dong in South Korea has to offer.
The weekend after a tough week calls for some strong drinks and delicious food! I love street-style food, so I had to check out Jang Manok in Seoul, South Korea for their Chinese inspired décor and cuisine.
Amazing food, fresh ingredients, and mountain-side views are just a few reasons why Gap Eul restaurant quickly became one of my favorites! Read on to hear more about their dishes!
Ice cream has a way of making everything better! Especially colorful ice cream that is by a beautiful castle over the water. Read to find out all about Cali Soft Serve!
Palsunloo is a great place for Chinese fusion food in Geoje-especially for dumplings and fried pork! Read the post to find out what makes them special.