Mouse Rabbit Coffee

For those who are familiar with K-Pop, it is common knowledge that many idols and their families own side-businesses that are frequented not only by the fans, but sometimes by the idols themselves. One of the most famous locations is Mouse Rabbit Coffee, or ‘MoBit’ as fans refer to it, tucked into a side street

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Super delicious street food in Insadong

This cool tour about Korean street food with delicious and unique tastes lures fascinated tourists to visit Insadong, Seoul with incredible ease. Insadong, South Korea is one of the famous tourist spots. There are many tea shops, souvenir markets, colorful trolley  loaded with eye-catching snacks, from octopus skewer to custard cake. You can spend an entire

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Mexican cuisine in Itaewon

As Mexican cuisine is quite exotic in Korea, it definitely cost more to eat Mexican food than Korean food. There are a few restaurants but they are not really worth going to sometimes. For instance, Julio Mexican restaurant in Gangnam is a fancy Mexican restaurant. As for the food, I wouldn’t say the food was

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New Pouch Soju!!

  One of the popular soju brands, ‘Chum churum soju’, is coming out with a new packaging for summer season. Chum churum means ‘like the first time’, which is also interpreted as pure. It is made by a distiller called Lotte Liquor that produces soju as a second largest company in the world. It looks

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1000 won Waffle Ice Cream Sandwich

This waffle ice cream sandwich stand is located right in front of the Hongik University entrance and right across the Body Shop. Even though Hongdae is full of restaurants and places to eat, this is a must visit and a low budget snack place to go in the area. It is a little corner shop

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Korean Food with the international touch

Whenever you go to a new place, you must try to eat the what the locals eat. But sometimes the local food isn’t originally from the place where you are now. In Korea, there are some kinds of food which are inherited or inspired from its neighboring countries, such as Japan and China. But they

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Easy Stir-Fried Tteokbokki

Since I’ve been outside of Korea for approximately 4 months, I miss Korea so much. Especially it’s tteokbokki. In my previous article, I wrote about tteokbokki and I gave my self the appointed title of ” TTEOKBOKKI FREAK”. Hahaha … There are a lot of Korean restaurants in Jakarta, Indonesia, which serve tteokbokki, but I rarely

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