A Trip to Eastern Europe 2
I came back.
You've read the whole story of last week, haven't you?
Come to think of it. I think I would write too much in this diary entry.
I'm going to write only about food.
First, let me explain Korean food.
I ate Korean food about 2 times there, and I ate kimchi jjigae and seashells.
I didn't like kimchi stew a lot.
It was just like putting kimchi in the water and serving it to us.
In addition, kimchi was too soft. When I put it in my mouth, it melted like chocolate without any savory taste!
After all, I couldn't eat half a bowl. I stopped eating about three spoonfuls of food and filled my stomach with snacks.
Next was clam bibimbap.
There wasn't any red pepper paste. It was just a bowl of rice with very little vegetables in it.
What kind of bibimbap is this? In order to be called bibimbap, gochujang is a must and vegetables must be present at least!
Korean food seemed to be another country's food there.
Local food was almost speechless.
It was just a slick dish.
It was not delicious when I ate it.
Oh! What about the trout? They roasted trouts at the hotel and just put it on a plate and served it! It was hard to break bones,
and it really didn't taste good.
So what I think is that Korea is the best country to live in even though it is small!
It's fun to travel abroad, but there's no country better than Korea.