I frequent Gwangjang Market a lot, and I like to introduce it to friends who have newly arrived to Seoul or to friends who just enjoy eating. You can find reasonably-priced food here. Mostly the stalls consist of noodles, spicy rice cakes, blood sausages, and dumplings, but occasionally other things such as Korean ramen and red-bean filled pastries: I chose to sit down for the first time at this stall and ordered the dumplings, blood sausages and pork feet. The total came out
Although this event occurred several days ago, I thought it was worth noting in its entirety, as I was unable to share all the photos I had taken through my Instagram. The Seoul Lantern Festival occurs annually, and along the CheongGyeCheon. Most of the lanterns depict folklore, but occasionally there are other themes such as landmarks and Western fairytales. Hopefully, I'll be able to catch it again next year.
Currently, I am in S. Korea at the moment working alongside a dear and cherished friend. The time spent with her has been rewarding, and while I find joy in seeing the patterns and designs I make come alive through her; my subconscious leads me outside onto the streets to find my other joy in life: food. Thus, I happily share my experience at Bangsan Baking Market. If you live in Seoul long enough you'll quickly realize certain ingredients and tools for baking aren't as commo