Sunnyyoo is a Mexican restaurant in Yangpyeong a short distance from Yongmun station. It's part art gallery of sunflower paintings using coffee beans, part cafe that sells baseball caps, and part Mexican restaurant. It's one of my friends favorite spots. I ordered a chicken quesadilla and blueberry yogurt smoothie. The chicken quesadilla was soft and … Continue reading Sunnyyoo
In Yangpyeong, a little over 10,000 won taxi ride into the mountains from Yongmun station is a two story Rolleiflex camera that trades in dreams. It's not the easiest place to get to, I suggest taking a taxi or driving, while there is a bus stop somewhat nearby it is not close and you'll have to … Continue reading Dreamy Camera Cafe 꿈꾸는사진기
After lunch at the New York Grill Nathalie and I wondered around in search of a good place to just sit and catch up. We ended up at 4 mellow which is a bakery/ cafe. We must have picked a weird time since it seemed like all hands on deck to pull out bread from … Continue reading 4 mellow 포멜로우
I had a busy weekend of American food recently. Luckily on different days. I visited the New York Grill with Nathalie, who I haven't seen in awhile because this summer/new semester has for some reason been brutal for everyone. So we met up in Pyeongnae-hopyeong for a late lunch at the New York Grill. The … Continue reading New York Grill
After finally getting a sim card so I can be reconnected to everyone in South Korea a friend and I went to Apgujeong for a celebratory brunch at Buttermilk Biscuit Co. Their specialty is in their name, buttermilk biscuits that they make fresh daily. The shop is a small shop with limited seating and no … Continue reading Buttermilk Biscuit Co.
My first weekend back in Korea had me fighting to get out of bed and leave my house. I was onlydrawn out by a friend visiting from the US who I hadn't seen in awhile and would be leaving that following Monday. I picked Woo Lae Oak for us to eat at because it kept … Continue reading Woo Lae Oak 우래옥
Bagel MTL is a restaurant in Yeonnam-dong that specializes in...bagels. They aren't particularly easy to get to, about a 15 minute walk from Hongik University Station. But the neighborhood its in is quiet and peaceful, or at least was when Mika and I went for brunch on a Saturday morning/early afternoon. You can order basic … Continue reading Bagel MTL