To my dearest followers,
Thank you for your huge support throughout the past 2 years! As we head towards 2016, I have a great news to share with all of you – For Two, Please has obtained its own domain name and will continue to bring top quality content to you at fortwoplz.com 🙂 I greatly appreciate all of your support and encouragement. Without you, I won’t have the motivation to continue blogging. Thank you for keeping me going 😀
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P.S. Kev and I just came back from our honeymoon. We couldn’t wait to share our trip to the Philippines with you. New posts coming soon next week on the new site. Stay tuned!
After the usual heavy Korean meals, a bowl of healthy porridge is a great break in between. Instead of western-style pancake and bread, I prefer to wake up with porridge 🙂 It’s good to know that porridge specialty shops are densely hidden all over Myeongdong. From the density it is obvious how much Koreans love porridges!
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What do Koreans typically eat for breakfast? A traditional Korean breakfast is just like any other meal during the day. Remember when I was young, a good friend of mine was Korean and I would stayed over at her place over the weekends. Her mom would Click to read more!
I cannot tell you how much I LOVE the cafes and dessert shops in Asia. Not to mention the spectacular-looking desserts, most cafes express a unique personality. What’s better way to enrich your day than surrounding yourselves with desserts and coffee? Even if you’re alone, sitting in a cafe can bring peace and inspiring ideas to your mind 😉
Originally not on our to-eat list, we stumbled across Yoogane on our last day in Seoul while finishing up last-minute shopping in Myeongdong. Back then, we just wanted to grab a quick lunch and tried something authentically Korean that we hadn’t already eaten. At that time, we didn’t realize that Yoogane is actually one of the famous Korean chicken galbi (grilled dish) brands in Korea. It has even expanded overseas to China, Singapore and Indonesia!
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