I am spending most of my time in Korea in libraries, archives, and bookstores. But a guy's gotta eat. I decided to chronicle at least some of my meals with my camera. As will become immediately apparent, it is probably good that Kathy and the kids aren't with me. Not sure how much of this stuff they would want to eat.
Shrimp fried rice
Pibimpap (a.k.a bibimbap): rice with mixed veggies
Getting ready for some grilled meat
Rice and curry
The restaurant helpfully informs its patrons that it uses only beef from Australia (none of that mad cow-inducing American stuff)
Spicy squid and rice
Chinese-style noodles with axle-grease (Chajangmyon). I still can't figure out how Koreans can consume all of the sauce in the bowl with only chopsticks. I think it is in the slurping technique; I'm just not aggressive enough.
Like its American counterpart, Korean Pepsi has adopted the Obama Hope&Change logo
Cold noodles (Naengmyon)
Hey, it just sounded good. So sue me ....