Julianne and I went for a walk in an area near our apartment that we hadn't really explored. Julianne has almost been in Korea for a full year but still hasn't eaten Korean traditional porridge . . .
When we saw this place we decided to go in and Julianne could try her first traditional porridge.
I ordered the tuna porridge. It comes with side dishes, and of course, kimchi.
I like to add some of the red pepper sauce and a small helping of beef to mix into the porridge. It tastes amazing with these added elements.
So if you haven't tried Korean traditional porridge yet I highly recommend it.
p.s. I haven't been blogging lately due to calculating end of semester final grades. I'm also in the process of applying for a new job and that's taking up a lot of time too . . . by the end of this week I should be back to blogging more regularly.
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