(left) Cute display outside of a coffee shop; (right) Heading to a small mandu place for lunch
|Fresh steamed mandu outside of the shop|
mandu (Korean dumplings) were so fresh and delicious. Our favorite were the fried ones :)
(left) Cool wall outside of Starbucks; (right) Squid snacks
James love antiques but I find them kind of creepy. I like to look at them but I always wonder about the previous owners; who and what kind of people they were. Not knowing just creeps me out. (I think I watch too many scary movies lol.)
|This old phone caught James' eyes.|
(left) More antiques; (right) I love this traditional mini chest drawers. It's perfect for storing jewelry or other knickknacks.
This is my favorite street food in Seoul. It's called Hotteok and is a pillowy soft fried dough filled with cinnamon sugar and nuts. Since it's fried, the cinnamon sugar inside melts to a yummy syrupy goodness. It's so good! (Just be careful not to burn your mouth! I had a few close calls hehe)