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blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

14 hours ago, rarerollingobject said:

And last meal before the airport

Why yes, Korea, you land of twisted geniuses, I know it's only 9am, but I WOULD like a moat of molten cheese poured around my cauldron of fire-hot chicken and ramyun noodles for breakfast. Delicious!

 

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Everything you've shared with us has been amazing but this...THIS is brilliant!  I had no idea cheese was so popular in Korea, let alone that one could have melty fondue with spicy hot BBQ. 

Google tells me versions of this are available at Korean BBQ places in the LA area so I may need to do some more research xD

 

This is perhaps not a question for this forum, but you've got one or more long haul flights back home and I can't help but wonder how you manage. Some of the big Asian airports have some excellent dining spots.  Do you take advantage of them, pack provisions in your carry-on or leave yourself at the mercy of the airlines?    

 

Thank you for taking the time to share your travels with us.  

blue_dolphin

blue_dolphin

13 hours ago, rarerollingobject said:

And last meal before the airport

Why yes, Korea, you land of twisted geniuses, I know it's only 9am, but I WOULD like a moat of molten cheese poured around my cauldron of fire-hot chicken and ramyun noodles for breakfast. Delicious!

 

IMG_0051.JPG

 

Everything you've shared with us has been amazing but this...THIS is brilliant!  I had no idea cheese was so popular in Korea, let alone that one could have melty fondue with spicy hot BBQ. 

Google tells me versions of this are available at Korean BBQ places in the LA area so I may need to do some more research.

 

This is perhaps not a question for this forum, but you've got one or more long haul flights back home and I can't help but wonder how you manage. Some of the big Asian airports have some excellent dining spots.  Do you take advantage of them, pack provisions in your carry-on or leave yourself at the mercy of the airlines?    

 

Thank you for taking the time to share your travels with us.  

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