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ULTIMATE Brunch at Korean LOTTE DEPARTMENT STORE | Revolving SUSHI & Street Food in SEOUL

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ULTIMATE Brunch at Korean LOTTE DEPARTMENT STORE | Revolving SUSHI & Street Food in SEOUL

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My final video of the South Korea series! Went for brunch at one of the biggest supermarket department stores in Seoul, Lotte!

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BRUNCH at 7-ELEVEN in Seoul South Korea

This 7-Eleven in Korea is kind of a special one because it's a Korean 7-Eleven Cafe!!!

The place I went to:
◈ 7-11 NamDaeMun Cafe Store
73, Namdaemunsijang-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

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H-MART KOREAN SUPERMARKET Taste Test! BEST & WORST Korean Grocery Market Foods

Went to H mart Korean supermarket to try out some of the food items they had there. Went for fish cake noodle soup, kimchi, SPICY fried rice and other already made food items along with some frozen korean foods to find out which ones are the best!

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MIND BLOWING Korea CHEAP EATS & HIDDEN GEMS in Seoul | UNDER $3!

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These are some of the most AMAZING Cheap eats in Seoul South Korea!

Restaurants I went to:
Cochon Tonkatsu
2 Myeongmul 1-gil, Sinchon-dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Other restaurants right next to each other, sorry I can't read Korean so hard for me to put in the info if there's restaurant has no English name.

Rolling Pasta
5-1 Hwayang-dong, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, South Korea


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MUST TRY Korean DELIVERY FOODS! SNOW CRAB & Steak! How to Order Delivery Foods in South Korea Part 2

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Korean Supermarket Tour and Food Prices: Grocery Shopping in Seoul, Korea at Lotte Mart (롯데마트 서울역점)

Come join us for a Korean Supermarket tour in Seoul, Korea where we go grocery shopping to show you some of the unique Korean food items you can buy inside of a typical Korean department store (along with the prices of the Korean food items) at a Lotte Mart (롯데마트 서울역점) just outside of Seoul station. Grocery shopping in Seoul at one of the three big department store supermarket chains (Lotte Mart (롯데마트), E-Mart (이마트) and Homeplus (홈플러스) is an experience in and of itself as these massive stores have just about everything you can and can't imagine and we break down the cost of most Korean food items for sale.

Some unique Korean foods you'll find in Korean supermarket (슈퍼) include as follows: (prices of the Korean groceries indicated when mentioned in the video)

Persimmon (Gam - 감)
Bananas (바나나)
Goguma (고구마)
Seaweed Dried (Gim - 김)
Korean dumplings (Mandu - 만두)
Korean beer (Maekju - 맥주)
Pumpkin (Hobak - 호박)
Sushi (Hoe - 회)
Korean Raw Fish (Chobap 초밥) = 23,000 Korean Won (원)
Tuna (Chamchi - 참치)
Spam (Spam - 스팸)
Korean Red Pepper Paste (Gochujang - 고추장) = 17,000 KRW (원)
Korean soy and red pepper paste (Ssamjang - 쌈장)
Korean Soybean (Deonjang sauce - 된장)
Korean Green tea (Nokcha - 녹차)
Korean pancake mix (Hotteok - 호떡) = W3500 KRW Won (원)
Korean spicy fermented cabbage (Kimchi - 김치)
Korean Spicy Noodles (Shin Ramen - 신라면) = W800 KRW (원)
Chocolate Biscuit (Choco Pie - 초코파이) = W3,8000 KRW (원) x 24
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Korean Supermarket Tour and food prices: Grocery Shopping in Seoul, Korea at Lotte Mart Department Store plus cost of Korean food items (롯데마트 서울역점) Travel Food Video Transcript:

Well good morning. For today's video we are going to take you inside a Korean supermarket. So exciting stuff guys. Yeah, we're going to give you a complete tour of one of the most popular supermarkets (슈퍼) in all of Korea. The chain is called Lotte Mart (롯데마트) and we're visiting the one at the Seoul station (서울역) branch. And it is especially big so we're going to give you a full tour show you what you can buy inside of there.

So I know going inside a Korean supermarket (한국 슈퍼마켓) may seem like a bit of an unusual video but the reason we wanted to do this is because they carry a lot of products that you wouldn't normally find in a North American supermarket so we just want to show you guys those differences in case you're thinking of visiting or thinking of moving here. We're going to show you what you can expect to find in a Korean supermarket.

So we have come to my favorite aisle. We are in the tuna (참치) and spam (스팸) aisle. And this is super popular in Korea. I remember when I taught English here one year for Christmas I got this giant case of canned tuna and canned spam. So apparently it makes for a pretty cool gift.

So there is also an entire aisle dedicated to kimchi (김치). An entire aisle section just for Korean fermented cabbage. Kimchi (김치) products.

And out of all noodle cups you can get Shin Ramyun (신라면) is probably my favorite and that is right here. Yeah. Eight hundred Won (원) for a giant bowl there.

We are now in the frozen aisle. Yeah, and what you can get at the frozen aisle are Korean mandu (만두) so that is Korean style dumplings. I'll open that up in here. Here is an example of a value pack. You can get three of them in one. Pretty cool. And they come with different fillings. You can get kimchi (김치), you can get gogi (고기) ones which are meat and you can get a whole bunch of different flavors too.

So that concludes the shopping excursion. Yeah, we gave you guys a pretty good of the food section. Now there is especially in that department store there is actually a lot more you can buy. There is clothes. The entire second floor. There is a whole second level that we didn't even go to. There is electronics and things like that. We just showed you guys the food and this is one of the big three grocery department stores you can find in Seoul, Korea.

So there is this one Lotte Mart (롯데마트). There is also E-Mart (이마트) and there is also Homeplus (홈플러스).

This is part of our Travel in South Korea video series showcasing Korean food, Korean culture and Korean cuisine.

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Eating BRUNCH at Taiwan 7-ELEVEN

On my way to the Philipines so decided to make a stop at 7-Eleven in Taiwan for some brunch.

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Korean Convenience Store $10 Breakfast at 7 Eleven in Seoul, Korea

Come join us for a Korean Convenience Store $10 breakfast challenge at 7 Eleven just outside of our hotel in Seoul, Korea. At current exchange $10 USD is 12,000 Korean Won and so I headed inside the 7-11 determined to grab as many Korean food items as possible for breakfast without going over. All in all it ended up coming to 11,800 Won so roughly 15 cents wasn't spent.

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In terms of what we had for our Korean breakfast from Seven Elevent we got the following food items:

1) Vitamin C Korean Drink (Vita 500 - 비타 500)
2) Korean Rice Rolls (Bulgogi Gimbap - 불고기김밥)
3) Prepackaged Belgian style waffle
4) Korean red bean soft candy bar
5) Korean yogurt drink
6) Korean Rice Triangles with Bibimbap flavor (삼각김밥)
7) Korean prepackaged hot dog
8) Korean cheesecake bun
9) Korean seafood ride porridge (Juk)

I should quickly mention this is anything but a traditional Korean breakfast which would normally consist of a soybean paste soup, rice and side dishes. This is more of contemporary on the go Korean breakfast.

Have you tried breakfast in Korea before or food from 7-11? What did you have? Let us know in the comments below.

A special thanks to KTO for making this trip possible.

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Hey guys! We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada. In this travel channel we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world.

Our most recent trip was to South Korea where I embarked upon a two-week adventure without Audrey. Invited as part of a YouTube vlogging trip, organized by KTO, I spent the first week traveling with other YouTubers in Seoul, Busan and Gyeongju. My second week included independent exploration of Korea with my good friend and fellow YouTuber David of DavidsBeenHere.

Having lived and traveled in South Korea, the chance to return to one of my favorite countries was one of the biggest surprises of 2019. On this particular trip, I had an opportunity to do many things I had not previously covered including a visit to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone between South Korea and North Korea), a Buddhist Temple Stay and a Korean cooking class. It was almost as if the program designed by KTO knew exactly what I had missed out on before.

Obviously, a huge highlight from the two weeks I spent revisiting Korea was the food. I feasted on all of my favorite Korean dishes including Korean barbecue, dolsot bibimbap, haemul pajeon, tteokbokki, bulgogi, kimbap and many others. I can honestly say that Korean food is world-class and is one of my top 5 favorite cuisines in the world. Aside from trying familiar dishes, I had the opportunity to sample raw Korean seafood for the first time.

While visiting Seoul, highlights included going to Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Seoul Tower, Jogyesa Temple and Hongdae. As one of the biggest cities in the world, I barely scratched the surface of things to do in Seoul.

Spending extended time in Busan was my favorite part about the trip with top highlights including a Korean temple stay, fresh fish markets and a Korean baseball game. It was from Busan that we ended up taking a day-trip to Daegu where we enjoyed a traditional Korean market and tried Galbi-Jjim for the first time.

If you want to see more videos from Korea in the future, let us know in the comments what places you'd like us to travel to and what food experiences you'd like to see on this travel channel.

Have you traveled to South Korea before? What was your experience like? Please share your Korea travel tips, advice and experiences in the comments below.

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KOREAN SUPERMARKET TOUR + Prices at Home Plus in Busan | Grocery Shopping in Korea

Come join us for a Korean Supermarket Tour as we head over to Home Plus in Busan where we go grocery shopping in Korea for a special Korean food taste test while highlighting prices of typical items you'll find inside the store.

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When it comes to supermarkets to visit in Korea Home Plus, Lotte and E-Mart are all massive chains worth exploring. These huge stores feature not only groceries but other levels where you can buy home appliances, clothes and a whole lot more.

For our Korean grocery challenge, we grabbed a few items to taste test back at our apartment in Busan. Altogether we featured the following items:

1) Korean Pizza (bulgogi)
2) Korean soybean, ssamjang and gochujang paste
3) Kangjang soy sauce
4) Tuna X3 pack
5) Shin Ramen Korean noodles
6) Korean pumpkin taffy
7) Korean almond candy
8) Dangmyun noodles
9) Choco pies
10) Korean banana chips and shrimp crackers
11) Korean mandu dumplings
12) International wines, Korean beer, makgeoli and soju
13) Korean green tea
14) Korean spam set
15) Hotteok Korean pancake mix
16) Korean burnt rice and seaweed
17) Korean dried fish and seafood
18) Korean kimchi fermented cabbage
19) Korean sweet potato chips

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Hey guys! We are Samuel and Audrey, a vlogging travel couple from Canada. In this travel channel we share our travel and food vlogs while touring the world.

Our most recent trip was to South Korea where I embarked upon a two-week adventure without Audrey. Invited as part of a YouTube vlogging trip, organized by KTO, I spent the first week traveling with other YouTubers in Seoul, Busan and Gyeongju. My second week included independent exploration of Korea with my good friend and fellow YouTuber David of DavidsBeenHere.

Having lived and traveled in South Korea, the chance to return to one of my favorite countries was one of the biggest surprises of 2019. On this particular trip, I had an opportunity to do many things I had not previously covered including a visit to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone between South Korea and North Korea), a Buddhist Temple Stay and a Korean cooking class. It was almost as if the program designed by KTO knew exactly what I had missed out on before.

Obviously, a huge highlight from the two weeks I spent revisiting Korea was the food. I feasted on all of my favorite Korean dishes including Korean barbecue, dolsot bibimbap, haemul pajeon, tteokbokki, bulgogi, kimbap and many others. I can honestly say that Korean food is world-class and is one of my top 5 favorite cuisines in the world. Aside from trying familiar dishes, I had the opportunity to sample raw Korean seafood for the first time.

While visiting Seoul, highlights included going to Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Seoul Tower, Jogyesa Temple and Hongdae. As one of the biggest cities in the world, I barely scratched the surface of things to do in Seoul.

Spending extended time in Busan was my favorite part about the trip with top highlights including a Korean temple stay, fresh fish markets and a Korean baseball game. It was from Busan that we ended up taking a day-trip to Daegu where we enjoyed a traditional Korean market and tried Galbi-Jjim for the first time.

If you want to see more videos from Korea in the future, let us know in the comments what places you'd like us to travel to and what food experiences you'd like to see on this travel channel.

Have you traveled to South Korea before? What was your experience like? Please share your Korea travel tips, advice and experiences in the comments below.

Thanks again for watching our Korea travel and food series! Until next time!

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Hi guys! In this video I'm taking you on a walking tour of Hongdae Korea, and I will show you all my favorite things to do. I'm going to take you around my favorite shops, cafes, restaurants, and more in the area around Hongik University Station. Some of the places we visit include Hongdae D'Five, Hongdae Shopping Street, Dessert Lab, Style Nanda and the Pink Pool Cafe, Chuu, and more! I'll even take you to a place where you can rest from all the walking you'll be doing and recharge (literally). I hope you enjoy this video and remember that this is only part 1 of my Hongdae series. We have much more to explore so stay tuned!

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Korean FIRE MEAT BALL BBQ & 100 Flavors BASKIN ROBBINS! Gangnam FOOD TOUR

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COME EAT WITH ME // Mall food courts in Korea are next level

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Trying SUPER SPICY Korean BBQ Chicken - DAKGALBI | Busan, South Korea

My rainy day 8 in South Korea continued as my boy Sam and I continued our indoor adventures by heading to a local restaurant and trying some super spicy Korean barbecue chicken! Come join us for a fiery Korean dinner!

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We started off in the bright, vibrant district where Sam and I were staying. There were lots of neon lights and tons of restaurants, which reminded me a lot of Tokyo. We headed over to eat at a spot selling a dish called dakgalbi, which is spicy Korean barbecue chicken, which they then add rice to. Sam had been telling me it would be the best chicken fried rice of my life. I couldn’t wait to try it!

This restaurant had a family atmosphere and attracted more of a young crowd. There were lots of college-age people there. In the center of each table is a grill where the dakgalbi is made. It sounded amazing! Best of all, the price was super reasonable. It only cost us 19,000 won for both of us to eat, or just under $16 U.S.

The dakgalbi arrived! It was very greasy and was filled with vegetables like cabbage, green peppers, spring onion, and red peppers, as well as the chicken and rice cakes. Once we eat half of it, they’ll add the rice!

I dove right in to the chicken, which was so tender! The gochujang paste in it was amazing and made it like a huge stir-fry. Korean chicken is the best chicken in the world and this one had a bit of spice to it! It was so tasty and bite-sized. I was blown away!

As we ate, we enjoyed some Hite Extra Cold beers, which is nice and refreshing and goes well with any type of Korean barbecue.

They brought us two orders of fried rice with chicken and two orders of cheese and mixed it together on the grill. They also gave us a wooden spatula to scrape up the rice that had burned on the bottom. It all looked so rich and flavorful!

I was in heaven! The cheese had melted throughout and it was nice and crispy! This was the best fried rice of my life! I couldn’t even believe how incredible it was.

In addition to the dakgalbi, there was also banchan, which was self-serve at this restaurant. We got spicy kimchi, yellow radish, white radish, cabbage salad with mayo, and pickles.

The yellow radish was really refreshing and crunchy, while the white radish was good but not my favorite. The pickles were sweet and really moist, and the cabbage salad with mayo was awesome. I’m not a huge mayo guy, but it was really good!

Then I went with my favorite, the kimchi, which I absolutely loved. It was the bomb dot com!

Next, it was Sam’s turn to try the dakgalbi. The extra layer of cheese was a gamechanger for him! He really went to town scraping every last bit of flavor off the bottom of the grill!

What a meal! It was easily the most filling meal I’d had in South Korea so far, and so good! This dish blew my mind. It was like it was from another planet! And it only cost us 40,000 won in total, or about $33 U.S.

Then we explored the entertainment district to look for a beer. I didn’t have room for beer, but YOLO, right? There were nonstop restaurants, izakayas, and cafes everywhere. We found an izakaya on the second floor of a building with lots of different types of beer. They sold wine, soju, and sake, but we went with IPAs for 11,800 won, or just under $10 U.S.

It was hoppy and not too cloudy and really light and refreshing!

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Full KOREAN BREAKFAST + World’s BIGGEST Department Store in Centum City | Busan, South Korea

On our eighth day in South Korea, my boy Sam and I made the best of a rainy day by getting up early to have a full Korean breakfast and exploring the world’s biggest department store! Come join us on our indoor adventures in Busan, South Korea!

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It was pouring rain outside and we found a cozy place with wooden tables in Centum City that served a pork, vegetable, and soup feast! I couldn’t wait to get out of the rain and give them a try!

Inside, our breakfast spread included 10 amazing items, including fish cakes, lettuce, spicy pork with spring onions, spicy kimchi, soybean paste, herbs, egg souffle, veggies, and a tofu soup with soybean base. This was perfect for me because I love vegetables and pork!

The utensils were stored in a drawer in our table, which is super convenient. Before I started eating, I cleaned my hands with a wet wipe.

I started with a fish cake, which was super thick and not too spicy. There was a little bit of chilies in there, but the sauce was more like a tasty sweet and sour sauce. Then I moved on to the kimchi, which was really spicy. There are 200 varieties of kimchi in South Korea. Some are hotter, some have more sourness, but they’re all phenomenal!

Next was the soybean paste, which was really potent but nice. It was like a thick soybean jam. I couldn’t wait to mix it with something! Then I went with a spicy-looking herb that was actually a seaweed mixed with chilies and spices. Then I tried the egg souffle, which was like a soft, gelatin-like flan. It was kind of bland, but still pretty good.

I moved on to the vegetables, which looked like spinach. They were nice and crunch, and super fresh. Then I tried the pork alone, which wasn’t spicy at all but super tender and fatty with some spring onions.

Next, I added some to some lettuce and rolled it up. The crunchy, fresh lettuce provided a nice contrast to the rich, flavorful pork. I added some soybean paste to my next roll, which took the flavors to a whole new level!

The tofu soup with soybean base, onions, mushrooms, and greens had a little kick. The tofu was really soft and the broth was nice but not fishy. It had some spice to it, though!

Sam and I both really loved the pork lettuce wraps with the soybean paste. It added a saltiness and so much flavor!

After our meal, we headed underground to the metro station because it was still pouring outside. There, we found an underground entrance to the world’s biggest department store! We headed up the escalators, where we saw some food as well as shoes, cakes, and so much more!

I had never seen cakes like this. There were over nine floors in the department store and so many different vendors. On the fourth floor was an ice skating rink! It was kind of empty because it had only just opened, but it had everything from an arcade to fast food, as well as stores like The Gap and more luxurious brands like Prada. I highly recommend visiting it if you’re ever in Busan!

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24 Hour Korean BREAKFAST Restaurant 14 Items! + Busan Tower | Busan, South Korea

Day 7 in South Korea began with an incredible breakfast spread in the city of Busan, which my boy Sam and I followed with a trip to Busan Tower. Come along with us as we continue exploring this incredible coastal city!

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On Sunday morning, we got up to get something to eat, but most places are closed on Sunday mornings, so we found a 24-hour breakfast spot that serves bapsang, which is a huge spread of food that centers around meat, vegetables, soups, and sides.

Our feast looked insane! There were over a dozen items in total, with 3 main dishes in the middle. It included glass noodles, seaweed soup, rice, fish cakes with spicy sauce, a rice drink, creamy roots with mushrooms, vegetables, tofu soup with mushrooms and herbs, fish with squash, spicy pork with onions, a spring onion pancake, spicy kimchi, salad with black sesame sauce, and lettuce. The best thing is, the entire spread came to only 9,000 won, or about $7.41 USD!

I started with the glass noodles, which were slippery but very nice and greasy. They contained a bit of veg. Next, were the fish cakes, which were tender and not too spicy. They were fantastic and I loved the sauce!

Next, I tried the seaweed soup, which was cloudy and lukewarm. I loved the seaweed! There were also noodles in it and it was very light and refreshing. It would be perfect after a hangover.

Then I tried the creamy roots and mushrooms. They were amazing! I loved the creaminess and the crunchiness of the roots. Next was the veg, which was like greens and very healthy. Then I dug into the kimchi, my favorite thing in South Korea. It was so spicy and had some real heat to it!

Next up was the salad with black sesame dressing. It was super sweet and the black sesame reminded me of chocolate. It was an overload of sauce but really good!

The spring onion pancake had a really nice batter and was delicious and a little cold. Then I went for the main dishes. I started with the spicy pork, which you dip into some sauce and wrap in a piece of lettuce. The pork was so buttery and wasn’t spicy at all. Then I had it with some seaweed, which was like surf and turf with the contrast of flavors!

The fish was next, which had tons of bones in it. I tried the squash alone, which fell apart in my mouth. The fish was salty and had a light sauce. I was lucky to not get any bones.

The crab and tofu soup was next. I grabbed some tofu and mushrooms first, which was dense and had absorbed the flavor of the broth. It was a little hot and the mushrooms and vegetables were outstanding!

I finished up with the rice drink, which had some grains in it. It wasn’t my favorite!

Then Sam went for the glass noodles and some pork. They were his two favorites!

Then, we headed to Busan Tower, which is an observation deck where you can get epic views of the city. I was loving this city. It had a different vibe from Seoul and the people were friendlier.

When I arrived at the tower, I found some traditional masks. I bought two! Right across from it is where you head up to the tower, which is located in Yongdusan Park, or Dragonhead Park. It was a hike to get to the top. It cost 8,000 won/$6.59 USD each for us to go up to the top.

Sam and I seemed to be the only two people heading up! There were huge windows in the circular observation deck. We could see the entire, sprawling city below. The sun was out and the views were beautiful! I could see skyscrapers, boats, the port, the nearby mountains, and so much more. It kind of reminded me of Rio!

What a morning!

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Exotic RAW KOREAN SEAFOOD at the Taejongdae Clam Tents | Busan, South Korea

My adventures in South Korea continued in the coastal city of Busan, where my travel buddy Sam and I tried some of the most exotic seafood I’ve ever eaten in my life! Come along with us as we attempt to eat some of the most unique food on the planet in Busan!

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We started at the Taejongdae Resort Park on an island off the coast of downtown. The park is a beautiful area – it’s natural, there are temples and a lighthouse, and tons of seafood options including clams, mussels, scallops, and much more in the clam tents right on the beach! I couldn’t wait to eat and explore the park!

We met a fan from India as we headed down to the beach. It was clams galore! We found a place selling an assortment of seafood including some creatures that squired water when the woman cut them! It cost us about 60 won, or around $50 USD for a big seafood feast.

We watched as the woman cut up everything for us. There were so many exotic things I had never seen.

We started with an appetizer of mussels and veggies with sauces. First, I cleaned my hands with a wipe and dug into the mussels, which were so fresh and succulent. It was so good in the sauce, which was sweet, sour, and spicy.

Next, I tried the carrots and cucumber with the sauce and enjoyed a Cass beer. Then the main course came out. It was all raw! There was clam and octopus, which was still moving! There was also a type of big oyster and a second type of clam.

I started with the octopus, which was super fresh and chewy. I tried it with the sauce, which was like a spicy ketchup. Then I tried what I thought was a clam, but the clam was under it. The clam was delicious! The other was tough, even with the sauce.

The next item was like a cross between an oyster and clam. It was soft and like drinking the sea! I didn’t know what half the things were, and I nearly broke a tooth on the next item! Next was a softer item that was delicious, like a big mussel. I’d never had fresh seafood like this!

Some of them were like eating a worm from the sea! I didn’t like it, so I moved on to another item that had a nice flavor and was like a thick mussel. I went back for some octopus, which got stuck to the side of the bowl. I had to chew it really well so it wouldn’t get stuck to the inside of my throat!

What an experience! Then it was Sam’s time to try the mussels, which we both enjoyed. Sam enjoyed the smooth, soft texture.

We finished up with some complimentary rice with seaweed, which was delicious and a great way to end our meal. It was the best part of the meal! The raw, exotic seafood was a good one-and-done experience. It wasn’t my favorite meal, though. Come to tent number 5 to try this meal!

Next, we went for a hike up the hill where we started from. We reached the park entrance, where there were lots of trees. Our first stop was a tiny temple that was built to prevent people from taking their own lives. There was a Buddha and lots of flags from other countries. The best part was the music playing!

Next, we visited the South Port viewing point, which had an amazing view! There was a nice ocean breeze and we could see the ships on the water. We reached the observation deck, which had amazing views over the ocean. Ahead of us was Tea Kettle Island and a lot of other islands!

Then, we hiked down a few hundred steps to the lighthouse, which was built in 1906. It boasted more incredible views. Five minutes later, we reached a temple that houses pieces of the holy relics from the Buddha and two trees that were donated by the Sri Lankan government.

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I focus a great deal on food and historical sites, as you probably have seen! I love to experience the different flavors that each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. I’m also passionate about learning about the local history and culture.

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