Travel Blogs from Daegu
It is officially 2014! And what a year 2013 was. Quick recap of all that occurred:
I. Start the year working 3 part-time jobs
II. Quit two of said part-time jobs to start one full-time.
III. Quit full time job to move to South Korea
IV. Turn 24 years old
V. Arrive in Korea 7 days later (discover that I am currently 25 years old by Korean calendars.)
VI. Travel to Daegu, where I will be spending the next year of my life.
... there's A LOT that goes into making this. And every region in Korea has its own variation of Kimchi. (There's almost 200 different kinds, actually.) It can also be used to make TONS of different dishes like jjigae (stew), or soup; kimchi pancake (I do love this one actually), or you can just fry it (which is also yummy).
Anyway, each month at the kindergarten, we have cooking class. So this month we made Kimchi. And WHAT A MESS it was!! Basically, ...
... interior has many traditional cultural items on display
Menu items are comparable to Rasheed's at Aladdin with biriyani rice, curries, tandoori chicken, and fresh naan bread.
Pakistani cuisine may outwardly seem the same as ...
... on take off but certainly consider this a hoiday destination to come back to and with so many friends here. I have had so many amazing opportunities in the last three years. and met so many wonderful people both Korean and from around the world. I look back on my three years as a very positive experience
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At the base an impromptu citizens plaza has emerged. Live singers will perform bouncy tunes while a mostly older crowd enjoys the show
Heading back along ...