TweetSo I had all these cool cooking projects planned for this week and even bought my groceries a few days earlier than usual so I’d be all set to hit the ground running this lovely Monday morning, and then I went to pour my steamed milk into my coffee yesterday, and something funky was going on.
I reckon I’m some kind of genius, because it took me two or three days to realize the fridge was on the fritz. Now I’m in a bit of a state worrying over the kimchi and various expensive jangs (fermented sauces) I’ve got in there, because the new fridge isn’t set to arrive for another day or two. But the fridge conundrum finally put some pressure on an issue that’s been lying dormant since we returned from Europe: The Move. I bypassed both the cast iron and the knives, but by the time we got to the fridge, I felt like it was time to have a little chat. My days were full of pushy commutes, rush hour grocery shopping, weird office politics, way too much unpaid overtime, a never-ending struggle to keep on top of the laundry and a litany of canceled plans with friends.
Tweet The Cafe la siesta 8bit bar is a hole-in-the-wall dive bar in Kyoto that has a bunch of old-school games you can play. TweetThis news report from TV Chosun on homosexuality and young adults in South Korea is alarmist and sure to make your blood boil.
TweetThe Seoul Night Market opened earlier this month with a competition to choose which foods trucks will have permanents spots at the Yeouido Han River Park through the end of October. The post Food Trucks Compete At Seoul Night Market In Yeouido Han River Park appeared first on Korea FM - Independent Podcasts, News & Music. Daewonam Hermitage is located to the west of the famed Pyochungsa Temple in Miryang, Gyeongsangnam-do. When you first approach the compact courtyard to Daewonam Hermitage, you’ll notice a uniquely designed entrance gate. Having passed through the uniquely illustrated gate, you’ll notice the kitchen complex to the left and the nuns’ dorms to the right. Passing by the kitchen to your left, on the way up to the Samseong-gak shaman shrine, you’ll notice a door opening to your right. Continuing, you’ll walk up an uneven set of stone stairs on your way towards the Samseong-gak shaman shrine hall.
TweetYesterday my friend and I were supposed to meet at Arario for lunch, and meet at Arario for lunch we did, but about an hour after we had planned to. Luckily, my friend, being the master of Seoul north of the river that she is, knew of a place just around the corner. Burger Bang (that’s ?, not ?, for anyone who wants to Naver it) is located in Wonseo-dong, just to the west of Changdeokgung Palace. Changdeokgung is one of my favorite places in Seoul — a friend took me there a few days after I first arrived in Korea, and I still try to get over there to see the rear garden at least once or twice a year (my fondness for the place has even endured a rather traumatic language school listening test about the layout of the palace). I had some reservations about ordering the French burger, which is topped with onion, mayo, bacon, a fried egg and asparagus.
My second choice, had I decided not to go with the burger French, would have been the American chili burger, which comes topped with cheddar, onion, chili con carne and mustard sauce, but it was a distant second, and I settled for trying the chili fries instead. For all of the exciting, weird and wonderful things there are to eat these days in Seoul, it can still be surprisingly hard to find a good burger.
TweetIf you have a Korean boyfriend or girlfriend, then you are going to want to call them by a special name.
Today, we are going to learn how to say ‘honey’ in Korean. Learn the word for ‘honey’ and help make your relationship even better! If you want to call your girlfriend or boyfriend ‘honey’, then you should use the word ?? (yeobo) or the word ?? (jagi).
Although using Romanized Korean words can be a useful way to pick up a few words, it can only get you so far. Understanding Hangul can help you notice grammar points and articles, and separate these from vocabulary, making it easier to learn both. If you want to learn some more essential phrases, check out this article or try our full Korean course.
While the word ?? only means ‘honey’, the word ?? can mean ‘honey’, but it can also mean ‘self’, ‘myself’, or ‘oneself’. As the word for ‘self’ is usually used in formal settings, and the word ‘honey’ is usually used in informal situations, it should be easy to tell which one is which based on the context. The word ‘honey’ is not usually used in formal situations like interviews or presentations, just as it wouldn’t be used in these situations in English. You may wish to talk about your partner in the third person when speaking politely or formally to others.
Now that you know how to say ‘honey’ in Korean, go out and tell your loved one that they are your ‘honey’. Tweet Using our phones to navigate us around random suburban hills and dark alleys, my boyfriend read me restaurant reviews about how great Okariba (????) was going to be. Remember that there are free extended PDFs available for every "Learn Korean" episode, and each contains additional information or examples not covered in the video. Thinking maybe I’d grabbed a bottle with a borderline expiration date while not paying attention, I checked the date on the side, but it said May 4.

The other stuff is a bummer, but the freezer’s still working, so the meat will make it out alive (so to speak), at least. While paying more than we paid for the fridge in the first place to repair it doesn’t make sense, buying a new one if we are going to sell everything and leave the country in a year or so doesn’t really make sense either. Do I spring for a nice cast iron pan that we could use for over a decade or run down to Emart to grab a cheap nonstick pan to get us through the next year? I vowed to myself, while we were in Europe, to return to Seoul and live here the way I did while I was on vacation, taking advantage of everything the city has to offer, looking for new and exciting things to do and eat, new places to visit. It’s really small, but the decor is fun and we had so much fun just nerding out by ourselves in the bar.About the girlHi, I'm Stacy.
Luckily, it's not on one of the major networks, but it is feeding misinformation into viewers who already probably have negative views of homosexuality.
AWL Fridays are tending, so far, to not really go as planned, because the museum restaurants finish lunch service at 2, and — although the websites and signs out front don’t say so — then take a break. In fact, you can see the palace from the second floor of the restaurant, which is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and full of light.
It was the perfect day to sit and have a glass of 5,000-won house wine and a fantastic burger with the palace in the background. I love asparagus, but I knew that if it wasn’t cooked properly, I’d be begging for a burgerpocalypse. The flavor of this chili was nice with a good amount of heat, but where I come from, chili means black beans, kidney beans and all things dark and heavy. We did a quarter-burger exchange, and hers was good, too, but we both agreed the burger French was the real deal.
I sat there for a good three minutes contemplating taking a photo of my empty plate when I was finished eating simply because it was exactly that: empty. If you truly want to learn Korean, then it is a good idea to take the time to learn Hangul, the Korean alphabet.
It will also help you with your pronunciation and intonation, and the best thing is, it is very easy to learn. For example, you might hear the phrase ?? ?? (jagi sogae). This phrase means ‘self-introduction’, not ‘introduce your honey’. In these situations, it would be better to use a term such as husband (??), wife (??), boyfriend, or girlfriend (read the article: How to Say ‘Friend’ in Korean to learn how to say ‘boyfriend’ or ‘girlfriend’ in Korean). The internet said that much of the menu was seasonal, the chef was a hunter and served what he hunted, and that you could ask for big bottle of sake to your table and drink as much of it as you’d like. When we finally found the restaurant, I was nervous to sit down. B wanted to call a repair guy at first, but our fridge is one we got secondhand for 50,000 won a few years ago when we had to furnish an entire apartment all at once.
Of course this had to happen in May and not three months ago, when I could’ve just put everything out on the veranda. I wanted a nice set of Japanese knives for my birthday, but would I be able to take them on the plane to Germany? I’d fallen into a terrible rut of working and sleeping, sleeping and working, grabbing dinner at the same three places near the office, making the same few boring meals at home when I had time, and ordering in to fill in the gaps.
I visit the markets during the day to chat with the women there and get their advice about ingredients, what and how to cook. But damned if I’m not going to do my best to find a way to do it without sacrificing everything that makes living here worthwhile. I am from Portland, Oregon, USA, and am currently living and teaching ESL in Busan, South Korea.
I tried to replicate the ridiculousness of the style in which the news report was presented, but check out the original for the video.
The interior has some fiercely painted guardians on either side of the gate as you first enter it.
Stepping up onto the hallway that rests just outside the entrance of the main hall, you’ll be able to see the older-looking guardian painting tucked away in the corner on the far left. Resting on the wall, above a make-shift altar, is a painting of Jowang (The Fireplace King Spirit). Both the Sanshin (The Mountain Spirit), as well as the Dokseong (The Lonely Saint) paintings are newer looking, while the Chilseong (The Seven Stars) painting in the centre is definitely older in appearance. A lot of people even pay money to get made-up like a maiko (apprentice geisha) for a few hours and walk around Kyoto. There is nothing I hate more than a burger falling apart on me — if you can’t pick up a burger and eat it with relative comfort and ease, it shouldn’t be called a burger.
This chili used navy beans, which I apparently managed to get over, because we polished them off, anyway. Burger Bang also offers the burger American, with onion, cheddar and mustard, and the burger Italian, with mozzarella, arugula, Parmigiano-Reggiano and tomato sauce.
Even though your boyfriend or girlfriend is undoubtedly very sweet, don’t use these words to call them honey!

It didn’t make sense to pay 100,000 won or so to fix the fridge we payed half that amount for in the first place. My job was… all the worst things about Korea in overdrive, basically, and it was consuming my life.
He’s got contract with a firm that doesn’t require overtime, at the moment, and I think me being free to handle a larger share of the home stuff has taken a lot of pressure off of him as well. And as you pass into the courtyard, you’ll notice, what seems to be, two of the ten Ox-Herding murals. I slid the doors open nervously, not knowing if I was opening a nuns’ dorm or the main hall. The exterior of this hall is painted with murals that are related to these three shaman deities. Instead of heading straight towards the Iljumun Gate, head right at a road that heads towards the hermitage. They also do take-out, and although I learned later that they rest from 3pm-5pm and last order is supposed to be at 2, they served us even though we walked in the door at about 2:20. The runny egg yolk was sopped up by the soft, crusty brioche bun (which Burger Bang makes in house, daily), and the asparagus was crisp but not woody. The burgers range from 8,000-13,000 won, and a set, with soda and fries, is an additional 4,000.
Last year I wrote a monthly column about traveling to different places around the country to explore Korean ingredients and cuisine. Across the world, the number of people infected with aids has been decreasing, but only in our country is this number increasing.
Even the little pile of young greens and tomato served beside the burger was dressed beautifully and not just thrown on the plate to take up space. I’m signing up for a pottery class at the studio up the road, visiting the neighborhood mill, eating at some of the best and coolest restaurants the city has to offer and visiting neighborhoods I haven’t seen yet in nearly three years of living in Seoul.
Specifically, the number of patients has surpassed 10,000 and the rate for teens and individuals in their 20s are reasons behind the increasing rate. Finally, the older looking Chilseong painting inside the Samseong-gak shaman shrine hall is another highlight that shouldn’t be overlooked at this hermitage.
Burgers are simple, but that’s why the magic is in the details, and Burger Bang manages to nail those. While the pathology of AIDS infection is controversial, if we look at Korea in 2016, we see that clubs are continuing to be operated for gay males across cities and on the internet it is easy to come into contact with comics that deal with homosexuality.
This is combined with a ceiling full of pink paper lotus flowers.  And sitting on the main altar is a centralized Seokgamoni-bul (The Historical Buddha). In combination with Pyochungsa Temple, it can make for a nice little outing in Miryang, Gyeongsangnam. On the grown-up beverage side of the menu, they offer a nice selection of imported bottled beer for 8,000-12,000 won and house white and red wine, 5,000 for a glass and 30,000 for a bottle.
He tried to show us a magic trick but we just ended up being confused. We did have a big bottle of sake at our table. It was the same way my old editor-in-chief phrased his answers when I raised an issue about something he was asking me to do — first just do it, and we’ll talk about the specifics later. And he’s flanked by Jijang-bosal (The Bodhisattva of the Afterlife) to the left and Gwanseeum-bosal (The Bodhisattva of Compassion) to the right. Other than this, there’s an altar on the far right wall for the deceased and nothing else inside the main hall. In the streets you see men holding hands or walking arm in arm and can even easily see men engaged in skinship.Itaewon Merchant:“They came from somewhere else, right? During the day nobody is here, but at night I sell them things.”In Jongno, at night it becomes easy to find gay men. During the day, Nakwon-dong is full of workers but when the sun starts to set it becomes a place for homosexuals to meet.
Taxi Driver“They secretly try to do skinship so I say what are you doing… (some sort of ambiguous expression about tipping and living). They are done up well (pretty) so if you are a man you might be interesting.”Homosexual culture is also found between teenagers. Teenagers indiscriminately are accepting these webtoons that have homosexuality as a subject. High Schooler“(Do you see a lot of gay webtoons) There are more than you would think, but it’s not really gross or anything.

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