sorry for delayed post XD this is 2nd part of My Trip To Korea report ^^
Just in case you haven't read the 1st part, you can read it HERE :)
Sorry I was so lazy to watermark-ed the rest of photos *slapped*
Finally I present the next report for all of you (´⌣`ʃƪ)♡
Hope you won't get bored with me.. ._.v
Day 3: Haeundae Beach & Go to Jeju Island
Date: June 18th, 2012
You might know recent K-drama named Haeundae Lovers? I've been there! (＾▽＾)
Haeundae Beach 해운대 is such a nice beach ^^
As I mentioned before, I like to being at Busan :3
Unfortunately the weather was not good, it was raining and we should used umbrella everywhere ._. I suggest you to bring an umbrella if you'd like to visit Korea in Summer.
enjoying Haeundae Beach's wind and scenery ◕‿◕
After strolled around, we took a time to enjoy a cup of coffee at Angel-in-us Coffee
ouch, my eyes were swollen +_+ I guess it's because lack of sleep
Kim Soo Hyun is the endorser of Angel-in-us Coffee ( ♥ ▽ ♥ )
I like his bright smile! :3
Oh yea, I heard Angel-in-us Coffee is famous enough in Korea and you are able to see this coffee shop in Seoul and Jeju as well :D
If i'm not mistaken, the name of this dish is 낙지전골 or Octopus Casserole.
I was not really like this food because I couldn't bite the octopus well (with my braces -.-")
because it too chewy, lol
I captured the menu, 1 won = (around) IDR 9
And, we ate Sannakji as well :P actually I have recorded the video of sannakji (with my camera), but I deleted it accidentally T_T my bad, huhu.
What's sannakji 산낙지?
Sannakji or sannakji hoe is a variety of hoe, or raw dish, in Korean cuisine. It consists of live nakji (hangul: 낙지, a small octopus) that has been cut into small pieces and served immediately, usually lightly seasoned with sesame and sesame oil. The nakji pieces are usually still squirming on the plate. It can also be served whole.
For simple explanation, Sannakji is living octopus! :P
Here is it:
feel tickled after watch it? XD wait till you eat it by yourself :P ㅋㅋㅋ
For me, that's a nice experience to eat something different and unique, anyway..
I couldn't ate them up because of the baby octopus were so chewy and my braces couldn't resist it T_T 오모~~ just tried it lil' bit.
Actually the taste of Sannakji was not bad (do not forget to eat it with sauce).
NEXT... Move to JEJU!
I don't have enough time to do proper makeup, I just do my simple daily makeup.
Me at Gimhae International Airport's waiting room. Sorry for my awkward smile x_X
Took a pose with T-ara's commercial board, lol.
Then, I ARRIVED at JEJU AIRPORT..
Sorry for random photo.. XD I took photos of this closet in Jeju International Airport..
I figured out that this closet's so unique (yes, call me countrified OTL)
Because I never meet the kind of closet before.
I was like asdffsashhadhakjl when saw these buttons..
Why there's no English translation on this machine? =_=
Yeah, of course I could read Hangeul, but please.. I didn't understand any single word on this machine, lol. Then I just pushed random buttons till the closet got flushed. ㅎㅎㅎ
We stayed at Yeha Guesthouse for 2 nights.
I only paid 20,000 원 per night and the price was cheap enough.
It's around IDR 180,000 or $10.
Yeha Guesthouse has strategic location and decent facilities,
they're also provide 1-day tour service, free drink, free wi-fi, free international call, and so on (￣∀￣)
Our dinner :3
That's grilled black pork. I love it ( ♥ ▽ ♥ )
So tasty and delicious!
I recommend you to try this one if you visit Korea someday ^^
(in case you're not a Moslem)
other side dishes :3
Hmm I like kimchi~~
My tongue is used to taste kimchi there ^^ lol
Yes, kimchi has acid and sour flavor, but it's very healthy and you can eat kimchi as many as possible~ Because Kimchi is the most common Korean side dish (＾▽＾)
That's all, I will continue the next day tomorrow ;)
Until next time :)
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