Be a Wanderer: Best Places To Visit in Seoul

I went to South Korea last August all hyped up and excited. Knowing without even having gone there yet that I’ll surely want to go back. Seoul definitely didn’t disappoint. From food to shopping to the overall aesthetics of the establishments everything was just amazing. I’ve come up with a list of my favorite/recommended places…

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Be a Foodie: Seol Bang

My favorite Korean dessert is now easily available near my office! Seol Bang has everyone’s favorite Bingsu plus other favorite Koreans snacks. My friends and I went here to celebrate our friend’s birthday. Aside from food they also have games available which is something you can do while waiting for your bingsu. We got the…

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Be a Foodie: Mokja

Probably the one of the most sulit Korean restaurants I’ve eaten at, Mokja delivers Korean flavors at a cheap price. My friends and I ate here on a weekend  after our class at UP. The waiting time is quite long. We waited for almost 2 hours before we were able to get a table. I got…

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Be a Foodie: Sibyullee

I recently tried Sibyullee, it’s this new Korean Restaurant at Ayala Malls the 30th. I was really looking forward to taste their Volcanic Kimchi Fried Rice and I’m glad to say that it didn’t disappoint. I can’t wait to dine here again and try their other dishes.

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Be a Foodie: Kko Kko

Another cheese driven foodie adventure. Kko Kko has mainly chicken meals but they also have other Korean dishes such as bibimbap, rabokki, noodles. Kko Kko has been getting a lot of attention for its Chicken Cheese Fondue. I’ve always wanted to try it and fortunately I was in the Ortigas area a few Sundays ago.…

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Be a Foodie: Jin Joo Korean Grill

Jin Joo Korean Grill came out with a blast making headlines with it’s Cheese Dung Galbi. Being a cheese lover and a recent convert to Team Samgyeopsal as opposed to Team Sashimi, I was determined to try this dish.

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Be a Foodie: Sinsun

Late night after my bi-weekly session at the gym, me and my friend were looking for a place to eat. We were supposed to go to a Korean J Grill which was a Korean restaurant along Tomas Morato when we spotted the brightly lit sign of Sinsun Korean restaurant. We gave it a chance since we…

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Be a Foodie: Seoul Train

A new themed restaurant in the Tomas Morato area, Seoul Train is the newest addition to the growing number of Korean restaurants in the metro. Inspired by the owners love of grilling food and travelling, they serve top-notch Korean barbecue to their customers with the exterior and interior of the restaurant embodying a subway train.

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