*I say "sweaty foreigner" because Koreans don't seem to sweat or use deodorant... and yet they smell fine. Which is slightly upsetting for this Armenian-Italian-Canadian born foreigner in particular since I have to put on new deodorant every 5 hours. More information about me than you wanted to know? Well, deal with it. All I have to say is that I'm excited for cooler days!
I am a little ashamed to say that I've been here a fully week and haven't tried street food yet, but I'm kinda saving it for when it get's colder. Just picture a really cold day and stopping on the street in the middle of a long walk to get a serving of hot, steamy ddeokbokki or takoyaki (which is Japanese, but they have their own version here and I don't know what it's called). Doesn't that sound more amazing that buying those things on a day where you're dripping with sweat? Right? Right.
|These are so cute! I want to buy one for my dorm, but I don't know what I would do with it in 4 months when I leave...|