Michelle and I have mastered the Seoul Subway system. We are pros. We can tell you how to get ANYWHERE in this city…well, okay…anywhere near a subway station, that is.
Nevertheless, we’ve impressed a few Seoulites with our under the ground prowess and have made quite a stir with the onlookers, “what are those two American Ajummas doing on the subway alone?!?!?”
We had yet another day of adventures while waiting for Megan’s friends to get off from school. Yes, school on a Saturday.
We sat down and enjoyed some more street food:
Eating boiled fish skin on a stick.
I enjoyed this, especially with the chili oil soy sauce you brush over it!
Then the sweet vendor gave us a special treat:
This is called Sundae
The dish underneath the Sundae is called Ddeokbokki and is perfectly spicy. Ours came with sliced tofu.
This is our sweet vendor:)
After our mid morning snacks, we went to a grocery store and bought some fruit as well as something for Rochelle, but she’ll have to wait to see what awesome thing(s) that is;)
We did some more poking about shops (shopping is the primary pastime of Seoulites, I’ve determined) until we met up with Megan’s friends (so nice). They took us to dinner and we had even more yummy SPICY foods:
That soup was spicy yum yum with fish intestines. Delish:P
We then took Megan to her new home for the next three months…so cozy:)
While her room might be so small, her friend’s hearts are so big!!! She’s going to have a blast and experience a milliondy lifetimes in her short time here. Unless of course she meets a perfect Opppppa and decides to stay here:)
For your video entertainment, please view Michelle trying the blood sausage when we were still under the impression that the rice noodles were insides of a fish…
Michelle Eats Yummy Korean Street Food
Not very fair of me to post that since she’s come down with a super cold:(
Love you, Michelle!