We went around to look for a proper place for lunch.
We splited into two groups, one went for Irish cuisine, another went to the market to hunt for some Korean food. We ventured through the fish market and finally we found a place.
We just decided that we would go into the next eatery we found because we couldn’t decide which to go. We ended up in this small cosy shop selling fried chicken. Since the menu didn’t have any English words, one of us tried to speak “koglish” (mixture of Korean and English) to communicate with the shop owner, a very friendly lady.
We ordered chicken feet and two types of fried chicken. In our group, there’s 2 Malaysians, an Australian, and a Spaniard. 1 Malaysian doesn’t like chicken feet (obviously not me ;p), the other two never had chicken feet before. It was one experience for them. The chicken feet were spicy, very spicy but tasted great, even Malaysians are saying it’s spicy, the other two sure felt worst hehehe… However, we did enjoy it. Meanwhile, the fried chicken was awesome! Yummy! One is normal fried chicken, another one with sauce.
Eeels could be found all over the market and they’re HUGE and LONG!
After lunch, we went to the bus stop to take the bus to the temple.
Sneak peek of the temple… More to come…
Comments on “PKNU Cultural Exchange â€“ 7.1.2012 (Part 3)”
HiIrene, nice pics. Looks a clean city too. And I bet the food was delicious.
Can see you having fun.
Keep well, Irene.
Uncle Lee, thanks for dropping by. The city is considered very clean despite not having rubbish bin around, it’s hard to find one, almost non-existance! Food was great and had fun! The best thing was getting this whole trip sponsored for almost everything except my own entertainment.