What can you get for $1? (Daiso) 

****Update as of June 2017**** Daiso has just opened a new store in Myeongdong.  Why is this so exciting you ask? Because it is 8 stories high, I think it’s the largest store in Seoul!!  To get there and see all 8 magical floors for yourself take the subway to Myeongdong Station, take exit 2….

Kongbul – Our go to dinner spot (Seoul, South Korea)

Everyone has that go-to spot that they frequent whenever they don’t feel like cooking or forgot to go the grocery store. Well here in Korea, that place for us is Kongbul (콩불). I would say we are there probably once a week. Kongbul is extremely affordable (we spend probably 15,000 to 20,000 won for both…

Pretty in Pink at the Hello Kitty Cafe

HELLO KITTY CAFE! Need I say more? Think pink, Hello Kitty Theme Cafe that has adorable Hello Kitty decorations, merchandise and more! The food and drinks aren’t bad either, but even if they didn’t taste good I would still visit! Ultimate cuteness!!

Todai – Seafood and Sushi Buffet

We don’t frequent buffets often because we generally do not feel that get our money’s worth out of it and I end up way overeating, but we had heard good things about Todai’s food and went to check it out for lunch. They have multiple locations, but we headed to the Myeongdong location (if you haven’t…

This city’s gone to the Dogs! – Visiting a Dog Cafe

So apparently where there’s a Cat Cafe, there is also a Dog Cafe.  In Myeongdong, near where we found the guy with the cat head, we found a guy in a dog suit! So everyone who knows me knows I love petting puppies, and anyone who knows my husband knows he loves it when I…

Finding Chinese Hot Pot in Seoul

Chinese Hot Pot (Huo Guo) is one of my all time favorite foods.  Even though most people don’t enjoy it in the middle of summer, I can eat it anytime of year.  It is just so good to me.  Hot pot is basically the Chinese version of fondue or shabu shabu (but much more flavorful…