Friday, September 21, 2007

Noodle Restaurant



Cheap food does not necessarily mean the quality is poor. With only 3,500 Korean won (app. 2.7 euro), I was able to get a decent dish of noodle. This is the open kitchen of the restaurant and next time I will show more photos of the place and food.

I'll be away for a week for Harvest Moon holidays and be back next Friday. I know I'm breaking the rule of DP but, because I won't be able to have good access to the Internet in my hometown and haven't prepared for this absence, I only hope you will understand. See you later and make a wish upon the full moon on 25th.

15 comments:

K M F said...

nice post and description
and i wish u a great holiday

Dick said...

2.7 euro thats very nice. Have a nice holiday and we see you again soon.

Dalicia said...

happy chosuk :)

Blue Wave 707 said...

Great photo! I like how you captured the steam rising off the bowl!

For that price, you got your money's worth! Mmm ... that looks good to eat on a cold day. Which noodle dish did you get? Those noodles look similar to Japanese udon.

Sunkyoung, have a great week off! Hope you get some great photos during that time! :-)

GMG said...

2.70 Euro is a great deal; and I love noodles...
Have a great week off. I think I'll still be posting on Bali when you come back; and thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter.

Sudoksa said...

Of course we understand. I'll be out of Seoul too until next tuesday. HAPPY CHUSEOK !

Youngsin said...

보는 것 만으로 군침이 도는데요~! ^^

고향이 거제도라고 했었죠?
즐거운 추석 보내시고 에너지 만땅으로 충전하고 올라오세요!!

Neva said...

CDPB will still be here when you get back....have a great Harvest Moon....

don said...

happy holiday. A rule is there to break.... :)

leo said...

Hi Sunkyoung, i miss your blog!! Guess what, everytime i logged on to your blog, it went to ur last entry on Aug 31 -so i assumed u didnt update, silly, silly me. Only now I realised my mistake. Sorry,I missed your birthday - you looked lovely in the pic. Happy Holiday.

Denton said...

We have a few outdoor kitchens, here in the US, however very few ... They add an interesting atmosphere ... I really like your red guitar from yesterday's photo ... enjoy your break and I look forward to your return of posting daily ... let me know next time and I will be pleased to publish drafts which you prepare in advance.

Willem said...

everything you wish yourselves and isn't buyable !

photolicious said...

Wow, 2.70 Euros is very expensive for a roadside stall! I didn't know Korea's cost of living is that high. I'm from Singapore and a simple meal (noodles with fishballs and minced meat) costs only 1.00 Euro, yes 1.00 Euro!

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• Eliane • said...

Somehow I missed this post and was wondering where your great pictures were! Glad to see it's for the best cause of all. Hope you are having a great time!

Keropok Man said...

wow! so much noodles!

where's the best place for ja jang myeon in your city? hehe...

sorry... i keep wanting to eat ja jang myeon because of the korean drama serial! Fantasy Couple / 환상의 커플 hehe...