Monthly Archives: November 2013

Gobble Gobble! It’s turkey time in the ROK.

It’s that time again! Turkey season is in full force. Now back in North America, turkeys are pretty easy to find. However, in the ROK finding Tom Turkey can be a little tricky, and you might end up having Thanksgiving and Christmas with Charlie Chicken. That said, there are a few options of acquiring a […]

Woodstock in Itaewon – Live Music, Dive Bar, Heaven.

Woodstock… A name that conjures up so many memories. In Itaewon, Woodstock is a staple for live music, a occasional game of pool and a lot of character. Woodstock bar is like an old car that has survived multiple winter storms, dirty, beat up, but for some reason, you can’t just let go of her. […]

Minding Your Korean Manners – Fact versus Fiction

It’s been a week since my last post. My apologizes. Crunch time in regards to baby, school and work. However, I have some holidays coming up for the baby’s birth, so hopefully the wife will let me sneak away to do a couple of reviews 😉 Ahh.. the Lonely Planet section on Korean manners at […]

[Seoul] Craftworks Taphouse & Bistro (Namsan)

Originally posted on The Yummy Yak:
Subsequent to my visit here in July 2012, Craftworks has since expanded its operations to 3 outlets across Seoul, and 1 sliiiightly outside Seoul in the idyllic Baekhyun-dong area in Bundang, Gyunggi-do. The neighborhood of Baekhyun-dong also happens to house my favourite cafe in all of Korea, but that’s…

Hongdae: Julio [훌리오]

SeoulBKK looks like she’s found a great Mexican place in Hongdae. Definitely will check it out when I get down to that area. Good find Annie!