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A Weekend in Mokpo – Day 1 – Newyork Newyork – The day comes to an end.

Feeling disappointed and unfulfilled as we left House Filled with Happiness, basic human instinct took over: hunger. I was starving, my wife was starving and so was the little guy. At this point in time, we just wanted something familiar. We walked over to a nearby CU store and collected our thoughts. We noticed the […]

A Weekend In Mokpo – Day 1 – House Filled with Happiness

A House Filled with Happiness is what inspired me to create this blog. Before arriving in Mokpo, I was reading up on restaurants in the area. The one that caught my eye (mainly because it was Lonely Planet’s “Top Choice”) was House Filled with Happiness. Jill and I decided to check it out on day […]

Goodbye Kimchi Museum… *sniff sniff*

After a couple of hours of Mexican food in Gangnam, we decided to stay indoors and avoid that god awful summer heat and head to COEX. COEX is Korea’s largest underground mall, which also includes an aquarium, countless shops and restaurants and the ever present fear that if for some reason, the entire mall might […]

Good Mexican in Gangnam? Taco Chili Chili versus Grill5Taco

First, I would like to thank my wife (who’s six months pregnant) for walking around Gangnam for about 20 minutes looking for Grill5Taco in the unforgiving Seoul humidity. Another rainy Sunday in the sultry summer of Seoul and there really isn’t much to do, besides stay in and eat or go shopping. I was in […]

M-Burger closed? Damn! Go to Jacoby’s just up the street!

It had been awhile since I was down in Noksapyeong station. I like to head down to Craftworks for a beer sometimes. I had the day off and decide to mosey on down to grab a quick burger and then to Craftworks for a quiet afternoon pint. M-Burger was one of the restaurants suggested in […]