Eating at restaurants can make you pay an arm and a leg in Seoul. Not all of us can afford to dine at restaurants everyday while traveling. If you’d like to save a few bucks, try out the street food in Seoul! Sampling those tasty, inexpensive snacks gives you a chance to observe the latest culinary trend in the city. Below are a few popular street food Kev and I tried this summer. Strongly recommend you to try them out! Click to read more!
After a quick downtown tour, we headed towards the Stampede Park for the most exciting big show! The Stampede Park is conveniently located outside the Victoria/Stampede Park station. It’s hard to miss the stop as the CTrain station has a huge Calgary Stampede sign over the pedestrian bridge. Also, this was where most people got off. Just follow the crowd~
I went back to my home country, Taiwan, last month and had the chance to devour my all-time favorite, great Taiwanese “small eats” (xiaochi, i.e. “snacks”). Here I’m going to share with you some popular ones that you can find at hawker stalls on the street or in the night markets. Click to read more!