CONTRIBUTED BY ANJALI LIND I was determined to find Ethiopian food in Seoul, so when I heard that a reggae club in Itaewon, Club Zion, served food on the weekends, my husband and I headed there on the next free weekend night we had. The club is definitely a bit intimidating upon entry, but don’t … Continue reading Club Zion Ethiopian Restaurant and Bar in Itaewon
CONTRIBUTED BY ZOE V. I love ramen, and Menya Sandaime is hands-down the best ramen place in Seoul. Despite being on the main street in Itaewon, this small restaurant goes relatively unnoticed compared to some of the bigger, more popular haunts. There is a small menu of 7 different ramens and a few side items … Continue reading Menya Sandaime, Seoul
CONTRIBUTED BY CHRISTINE BRUNS Bibap is billed as “a delicious musical”. I had no other idea what to expect other than the use of food. I had been to see Nanta already and had really enjoyed it, so I was hopeful! Based on some quick online research, and the entryway art, I knew it was a food … Continue reading Bibap – A Delicious Musical
CONTRIBUTED BY SIBO LUNGU One of the first things I noticed when walking around Korean streets was the number of neon signs for PC and DVD shops. My first thought was, ‘Wow, that’s a lot of Internet cafes!’ They are helpful. But who really needs that many DVD shops? Blockbuster and other DVD rental places … Continue reading Bangs: 24/7 Korean Entertainment Rooms
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CONTRIBUTED BY CHRISTINE BRUNS One of the things I LOVE about living in Korea is the diverse number of live shows available to watch. If you’re thinking along the lines of a typical play or musical from the states, you’re in for a change and a treat. Korean Performance shows (K-Performance) have some basic things … Continue reading Anatomy of a K-Performance