Uijongbu Travel Blog› entry 2 of 15 › view all entries
July 25th, 2004 – by: jdax57
One of the many trips taken there during the welcome to Korea tour. We hit up an American-Korean appreciation association, we were taken to some of the local sights. Starting off with some classic Beef and leaf meal at a local dine in place. Beef and leaf is essentially pan fried beef, with lots of spices (red peppers, grown at a large scale), some bean sprouts and various vegetables. You take the beef, slap it on a leaf of lettuce add some rice, maybe some Kimchi to taste and slap that bad boy back. Just remember that if you walk to some extablishments, you can't question wether it's beef or something else. lacking any language skills, it's best to eat and never ask questions. Keep in mind that some places (very few and rare) will serve Odie over a bowl of rice. This would be considered a delicacy as it's rarely provide in the open.
During the tour we got to see some of the local, dances preformed with loudly beaten drums, and beautiful dances. We further dwelled in to one of the local temples and were allowed to see the small museum they had there. So of those pictures are listed in this section of the blog. The colors are bright and vibrant and the combinations are tasteful.
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