This cherry blossom season (our second in Seoul) has been a bit sporadic.Read More
Yeonnam-dong is best described as Hongdae’s sophisticated sister (if you enjoy walking, it’s only a short trek from one to the other).Read More
I think technically the hummus platter we ordered is intended for 3-4 people, but since it was all we ordered, we can say it was for two, right?Read More
On another one of our girls’ day Fridays, I introduced my friend to my not-so-new-favorite neighborhood in Seoul, and after a healthy lunch at Little Forest, but before our cartoon drinks at Cafe Yeonnam-dong 223-14, we did a lap. It was on that Friday that I discovered You Need My Yogurt…Read More
Some of the best Chinese food in Seoul is at a small place in the heart of the city.Read More
ㅂ is the Korean character for the ‘b’ sound and is pronounced ‘be-up.’ It also kind of looks like a cup of coffee, no?
It’s the cutest little corner coffee shop located between Euljiro Station and City Hall, on a block that seems almost frozen in time.Read More
We did it—we went to the cafes of all Seoul cafes (after a year and a half as expats), Style Nanda Pink Pool Cafe in Hongdae and the Pink Hotel in Myeong-dong.Read More