Korean food in Paris. Not something I'd necessarily suggest. Especially if you happen to live in Korea at the time. But hey. All I'd been living off of was pastries. (Which isn't a complaint. I was loving the bread)
A vegetarian friendly cafe that speaks English and is popular with tourists but does not have wifi.
Lesson learned: bakeries first thing in the morning in Paris are PACKED.
A busy cafe near the Musée d'Orsay.
Before going to the Louvre I highly suggest making a list of the art you really want to see and where it is in the museum because it's easy to get lost and turned around.
It's kind of a bummer when you go to France and have had better crêpes in Thailand (or even in high school French Club).
Suggestion: Go early and maybe start in the gardens which open an hour before the palace. Also expect a lot of exercise. This place is immense.
Spicy food and loud music aren't my favorite, but the staff was helpful and kind.
Sushi may not be my favorite but give me a brush to paint on my soy sauce and I'll be delighted.
Went to see a show at KBS then had an interesting quesadilla with my friend at a nearby Mexican restaurant.