Thursday, April 27, 2006

Seoul Food

Spend Sunday morning walking around the empty streets of Insadong taking pictures of Korean menus.

Words fail me.

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Blogger toner_low said...

Hmm, the first photo answers a question I've had for a long time, but also raises a mystery; the Korean script reads "han bang sam gye tang." I think han bang refers to a regional variety of the soup (tang or thang) known as sam gye tang. According to the English on the label, "sam gye" means "three thing(s)," which kind of makes sense, but the Chinese characters clearly do not read "three things"--at least, I don't see the character for "three," one of the only characters I recognize. So what DOES "sam gye tang" mean exactly? Shall we ever know?

Adorable photos of Mia, by the way. Soon, none shall resist her cuteness; all shall bow before it, slaves of the Cute One.

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