Seoul’s 6 Ultimate Cakes

Let’s face it, cake is delicious and if you’ve never had it before… you should start now because you have a lot of catching up to do. I myself am a dancer who goes to the gym regularly and believes that eating healthy is very important, but I am also a “live to eat” kind

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Dining with Lord Sandwich

Sometimes nothing quite hits the spot like a good sandwich, or sarnie as they are often called in the UK. The sandwich is considered to be named after John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, because of the claim that he was the inventor of this delicious food combination. As sort of an homage to the infamous

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Cat Cafes: 청춘 고양이

I’m definitely, 100%, a dog person. I LOVE dogs of every breed shape and size, but to be honest… occasionally I have an itch that only a cat can scratch. While I don’t think I could ever be a cat owner I do think they’re pretty cute. I like the rumbling vibrations that seem to

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Kong Bul (콩불)

Whenever I have friends or family visiting, they know they can always count on me to take them to the best food places. Of course, after a day or two in Korea there’s a good chance they’ve already maxed out on Korean BBQ and street food and are looking for uncommon Korean dishes to devour,

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Black Day and a Good Bowl of Jajangmyeon

In Korea, following February 14th (Valentine’s Day) and March 14th (White Day), is the unofficial holiday “celebrated” on April 14th known as Black Day. While both Valentine’s Day and White Day focus on the romance shared between couples wrapped in matching couples clothes, spoon-feeding each other food and flaunting the sheer joy of NOT being

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The NEW Hello Kitty Cafe

Hongdae’s Hello Kitty Cafe has got to be one of the neighborhood’s biggest attractions. Down a small alley on Hongdae’s busiest shopping street stood a lovely two story bright pink cafe, with that iconic HK bow on it. Everyday, tons of foreigners and tourists flocked there just to take in the intense amount of cuteness

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Vanilla Kitchen: A Slice of Heaven

Vanilla Kitchen is what I would imagine Martha Stewart’s kitchen to look like; clean cut and simple, yet warm and homey. Fresh and dried flowers can be found along the walls and on every table. Soft splashes of blues, purples and grays color the furniture and walls with a lovely feminine touch. A small library

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Authentic Sicilian Cuisine: Ciuri Ciuri

Italian restaurants are a dime a dozen in Korea. It seems like everywhere I turn, there’s a new “authentic” Italian pizza or pasta place opening up. Needless to say I’ve been disappointed one too many times and am hardly ever in the mood for Italian these days. However, for a while now my boyfriend has

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