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Kimbap ♥ at Gimgane in Seoul, Korea by Frannywanny : a food and travel blog on Aug 14, 2012Who doesn't love rice? Well..I do! Born and raised here in the Philippines, we Filipinos are known to be avid rice lovers. Personally, I enjoy rice in all forms! You name it, I love em all! Paella, risotto, garlic rice (sinangag), congee, brown r...



Hanayo Galleria Suites P. Noval branch revisited (05/02/2012) by That Insatiable Hunger on May 5, 2012My friends are slowly falling in love with this place. Not that I mind, but as you know from my previous post that my heart already belongs to that one Korean restaurant whose name starts with the letter S and ends with the letter I. Hopefully I’ll...



GimBap / KimBap by jazperjay on Apr 5, 2012Gimbap or kimbap is a popular Korean dishmade from steamed white rice (bap) and various other ingredients, rolled in gim (sheets of dried laver seaweed) and served in bite-size slices. Gimbap is often eaten during picnics or outdoor events, or as a l...



One thing off my culinary bucket list. by i am no fangirl ♥ on Nov 14, 2011My sister realized that the only way to shut me up regarding my obsession with rice rolls is to actually make one for ourselves. So began our quest to make kimbap. It wasn’t easy. The ingredients were hard to find in our usual grocery stores. Thank...



Elusive culinary experiment. by i am no fangirl ♥ on Nov 6, 2011It frustrates me that we can never seem to complete the ingredients in making kimbap/gimbap. We’ve been on it since we tasted one during the Korean day celebration last month. Because I couldn’t stop blabbing about it, my sister figured it would...



Korea's Vibrant Festivals by My Blog Invasion on Sep 12, 2009Spring and autumn are lively seasons in Korea where almost every weekend there is a festival going on somewhere in the country. Some, such as the Andong International Mask Festival, are larger affairs that attract people from all over Korea. Others,...