Kimbap (ajumma)

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  1. cher says:

    hi….i really enjoy reading your blog…since i’ve got no filipino friends in korea, reading ur blog makes me feel like i have someone to rely on from time to time….keep up the good work….

    p.s. you live near changsin station line 6?

  2. cher says:

    if you dont mind i hope you can add me up in friendster if you have one….thanks….

  3. AzureWolf says:

    Kimbap is pretty popular over here, but unfortunately it is known by most by its pseudonym “Korean sushi.” I think it is a shame though, because it is like saying it’s sushi but made differently, when really, it is like comparing apples and oranges: similar, related, but two different things.

    If you ever come to NY, I think you would like Ktown, since there is one small store called E-Mo’s that is run by a husband and a wife, and the lady is just like the one you described, haha.

  4. GIDGET says:

    Oooh…I like korean food, those foods looks good.
    I like bibimbap and kalbi,too. Thanks Bethchay for all the infos you’re giving us in your blog.

  5. Betchay says:

    @GIDGET >> thank you for visiting… if you ever come to seoul, tell me and i’ll bring you to my favorite korean restaurant 🙂

    @AzureWolf >> Unfortunately for Korea, it is not as popular as its neighbors in the east and west. My husband and I likes sushi and sashimi. When my sister and I went to NY, we thought of having dinner at Little Italy, but we ended up in a small place in Chinatown. I didn’t get to visit Ktown in NYC or even in LA.

  6. gidget says:

    Betchay, thank you for the invitation…I’m looking forward seeing you when I visit Korea. If you ever come to San Francisco Bay area let me know and I’ll take you around.

  7. ann says:

    Thanks for the info. Hope I could visit seoul.

  8. Liz Crouch says:

    Very colorful food! You make it sound so delicious, too!
    .-= Liz Crouch´s last blog ..Here it Comes Again =-.

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