If you are in Korea, you will realize that the nation’s love for coffee. Indeed, the cafe culture is already become a part of Seoul’s culture. Garosu-gil in Gangnam district, the artsy street where you can find many European style cafes is the place to go if you wanna to be part of this cafe culture in Seoul.
Seollal falls on 31st November this year. Every year is represented by one of the 12 animals and 2014 is represented Horse, the 7th in the group of Shibijishin.
Jeonju, the capital of Jeollanam-do, is famous for its culinary culture and produce.
Having done my research, Jeonju was chosen as part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network. I was hoping to taste really good Korean food in this city.
Seoul Yummy @ Bugis+(former Iluma). which is located at along Victoria Street in the Bugis arts, culture, learning and entertainment district.
Seoul Yummy provides delicious Korean cuisine for K-food lovers.
Bibim Naengmyeon with small Octopus (낙지비빔냉면)
Recently, I visited Jeonju City(전주시/全州市) in North Jeolla Province (전라북도/全羅北道), which is located at the Southwestern side of the Korean Peninsular, approximately 3 hours from Seoul.
Koreans love coffee.
If you travel to any city of Korea, especially in the capital city of Seoul, you will see many cafes on the street.