September 28, 2009
September 27, 2009
September 26, 2009
September 25, 2009
In Korea you quite often see chillies drying on the road. Sounds common enough but it's not uncommon to see chillies drying on a motor way or dual carriage way and even filling parking spaces in car parks.
This parking space was in the World Cup Football Stadium in Seoul. As you can see it is pink with a symbol of a lady which means, this parking space is for GIRLS ONLY!!! Cute or what?!
In Korea pet animals are sold everywhere. Just today we passed an ajjuma selling mongrels for five thousand won which is about two pound fifty, kittens for two pound and tiny little yellow chicks for twenty pence!!! I wanted to buy them all! The puppies in the pictures above were taken in Daegu on 'Dog Street' a main street that sells only pedigree pups. The shop keepers place the dogs in the window wearing the most adorable outfits and jewellery, mostly pearls and diamante necklaces! The cost of these cuties would set you back around one hundred and fifty pounds to five hundred pounds!
September 24, 2009
David decided to try and make Kimbap. This is a Korean dish that is served all around Korea. It consist of seaweed,radish, spam, egg, cucumber and rice. Sound delicious? It is!