A very crowded European Christmas market in Seoul.
Found some delicious Texas style bbq. Forgot how much I missed pulled pork or how long it's been since I've seen brisket on a menu.
I visited the BTS pop up shop in Gangnam and got some Christmas shopping done.
"Sense and Sensibility" is chock full of drama and assumptions and people believing they're better than others and fools. It was kinda fun and kinda frustrating.
I think I found my favorite salad shop. Sadly there's only one location and it's in Myeongdong. But any time I can get my salad as a wrap is delightful.
I liked it better than the last Jules Verne novel I read. But that bar is low. It's so very low, practically stuck in the mud you could roll over it.
A nice and very chill observatory overlooking Deoksugung palace.
My march goal for reading is one book, and I plan to be gentle with myself because it's a huge heavy book, so if I don't finish it, then I'll try not to be mad at myself.
I've always wanted to eat at a solo-style ramen restaurant, I just didn't realize this one was owned/ created by who it was owned/created by. I have some regret.
A book review of a book that I was so delightfully shocked by how fun and witty I found it.