After Nanta, we went out to eat, and I had my first traditional Korean meal. Did you know in Korea, they eat while sitting on the floor? I had no idea. In the picture below I am having my first bite of kimchi. Kimchi is a type of salad they eat here in Korea. There are many different types of kimchi, with the most popular type being cabbage kimchi, which I tried. I must tell you, I am not a big fan of the cabbage Kimchi. They say you have to eat it several times before you "develop" a taste for it. I don't know I will ever develop a taste for it. Give me some water please!!!
Now, the rest of the food was pretty good. When eating a meal here, they serve lot of little side dishes for you to share with each other. They also like their food spicy. In the picture below, you can see several different types of kimchi, including radish kimchi, and an octopus kimchi, which was really good! There are mint leaves, and a couple of different types of soup in the picture also. Don't I look happy? I really like experiencing new things.
And this was my main course, a type of Bibimbop. A very popular dish here in Korea. It is served in a VERY HOT dish, so you need to make sure you don't burn yourself. The dish is very hot because they put a raw egg in your dish, so once you get your meal, you mix it up and that cooks your egg. This picture was taken before I mixed it all up.