We tried out this McDonald's knock off for a snack....It was pretty good, about as good as a McD's knock off can be. Did you notice the sign?
Burger Lady! Nice....
Sometimes things aren't translated quite right....like "skinfood" for makeup...Interesting take. Although I suppose if we viewed it more this way, we might be a little more careful/picky with what we put on our skin, which might not be a bad thing.
A lot of men in Korea are into wearing makeup....Not ever a good idea in my book. I've heard that Korea is "ahead" of the US in fasion so watch out men and STAY AWAY. Hopefully this is one trend that doesn't last long.
I can't figure out what these are (pictured above)...they keep showing up in our food randomly...like in kimchi or in soup...at first I thought they were squid but they aren't....they are slimey and have black bulgy looking eyes....If you know what they are, let me know!
While we are on the topic of food, I think I've shared with some of you that food seems really pricey here!
Two recent examples that floored me are below (keep in mind, the 1,000 won is very close/approximate to $1/US).
$14.00 for a small canteloupe? And $23.00 for a watermelon?! Let's hope it is just because they are out of season, but even then! That's insanity. Okay, just thought I'd share.
In order to use a cart in Korea, you have to insert a coin in order to unlock it...you get it back when you return it after shopping! Not a bad idea.
Caleb has had enough Home Plus-a for one day!
Or maybe he was upset that we didn't get to go play in the play land (pictured above).