I’ve been thinking about Tokyo a lot lately. Not sure why. I guess I just miss it.
My Eemo-bu (“uncle”) took my aunt and I to a delicious Italian restaurant in Seoul. The name is a bit long for a restaurant – “그 안에 맛있는 이탈리안,” roughly translated to “that tasty Italian place.” A real rough translation. The food boasts flavor and simplicity gilded by rather attentive service (for a regularly busy place). The open kitchen is interesting for patrons to view. I found myself frequently looking into the kitchen – perhaps hoping for a flambé…
Namdaemun market has various food-centric streets. Each alley or street specializes in a specific Korean food and drink. This particular section is Kalguksu street (knife-cut noodles). The service is friendly and welcoming even in a busy and cramped space.
I tried different color editing…haha….
A strange trend I saw around Dongdaemun, Seoul. A guy with a really really big backpack…
Little snippets of the public transportation in Seoul
Walking along the many streets of LA. Eating dinner at the famous Wurstkuche. Quick update via the Fujifilm x100 again :)