Korean mall, the food edition

The wife and I decided to grab a bite to eat at Shinsegae Mall before heading to the movies.

What’s nice about Korea is the easy transportation system and underground pathways filled with shopping stalls. Being underground wasn’t that bad, and being comfortable during bad weather is a major perk!

I wish I would have recorded more but I wasn’t thinking much about recording; just that it was fun being out with the wife enjoying the Korean experience. This was back in 2014 and I don’t even remember what movie we watched. I think it was a Korean movie, either that or a Marvel movie release.

We ate at a Japanese stall. I had the Yakisoba like noodles and the wife had ramen. We then choose some Mochi ice cream for dessert. I also wish I had recorded the trip to Krispy Kremes as they had some outrageous donuts that were only available in Korea (maybe Asia).

Korean Fusion Food

Korean Fusion Food

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Kimbap and Ramen 🍙🍣🍲

Kimbap

When most people see Kimbap, they think of Sushi. Kimbap is not Sushi. It’s similar and both are great in taste but I’m a Korean Kimbap loving soul.

Food, glorious food

Kim-bap is usually made with Bulgogi but I love this version the best. The Spam and Crab meat (though its imitation crab meat) is a great combo. The saltiness of the Spam and the sweet taste from the crab meat brings out the flavor in the Kimbap.

Kimbap

Just having Kimbap as it is fine but if you really, truly want a true Korean experience of enjoying Kimbap, get a bowl of Ramen ready. I like Shin Ramen as it is the brand I enjoy and the spiciness is fantastic for this combination.

Kimbap

I just threw this Ramen into the microwave for 3 1/2 minutes and added the egg and crab meat from the leftover Kimbap after taking it out of the microwave.

Why the Ramen? Its for the soup base. A quick dunk of the Kimbap into the Ramen soup just adds another level to the taste!

The more advanced version is to have the Kimbap soaked into a beaten egg and fried. The egg covered Kimbap and Ramen is sooooo good.

Food, glorious food
Food, glorious food

Try it out and let me know what you think.