Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Korean Things I Have Eaten

I'm not sure if you knew, but it was someone's birthday last week. Someone who also writes for this blog but isn't me. Okay, it was Tom. To celebrate, we went out for some wild boar ribs at a restaurant sort-of near our place, with 11 of our closest friends. I got everyone to congregate at our apartment and called some cabs. The company clearly did not believe we had that many friends and only sent two cabs, instead of three! I had been so proud of myself for ordering them (in Korean and everything) so it was a bit discouraging.

The food was delicious, cooked by our South African master BBQ-er Bron. 

Although we packed ourselves with ribs we were still feeling a little peckish so as a group we headed to Jecheon's newest attraction - a taco truck!

It's hard to accurately convey how weird it is to have a taco truck open in Jecheon. Imagine, if you will, that Dannevirke suddenly had a Gucci store. That's how weird it is.

This lovely guy sells tacos, quesadillas, and burritos for 3,000 won each and they are damned delicious and have been declared 'legit' by the waygook community of Jecheon. The 13 of us managed to buy out his entire stock and give him an early night. If you do happen to stop by Jecheon, he's outside the CVS in Cheonjeongdong, near the Tous Les Jours.


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