So he went and got the 2 kilo container of kimchi. He eats a lot more kimchi than I do. I’m absolutely fine if there is no kimchi on the table. I like it and usually eat a little bit, but I’m not that concerned if we forget it.
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This is the most adorable thing I’ve seen on your blog yet <3 You're both lovely.
lol, I like that there are two mandu gone after he comes back. ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ Nice touch. 😀
I wasn’t going to wait! haha.
I would’ve done the same thing. hehe
I’m still adapting to kimchi. The flavor isn’t bad at all, but that smell. LOL
And isn’t it against Korean religion not to have kimchi on the dinner table? That’s right up there with rice. (I kid, I kid)
How long can your husband go without kimchi?
He can for a while actually, like several weeks, but he always prefers it.
My students tell me kimchi is their air and soju their water.
soju is terrible terrible water
hee hee kimchi is a staple diet for koreans. Does he eat it for all meals?
I just tried kimchi noodles (the just-add-water kind–I’m a poor uni student! :P) for the first time a few days ago and they were delish! Not the same I know, but I’m working my way up to the real stuff! :]
Yeah… Kimchi is essential.
haha 7 years bad luck if no kimchi is on the table.
I tried Kimchi once but I couldn’t eat it ’cause it’s so spicy!! I really can’t handle spicy food. I’m afraid of this when I go to Korea >.<
I used to not be able to eat spicy food at all. Some people say to just eat it, even though it’s uncomfortable and then after that you will be fine because you have got through that barrier, BUT for me I just gradually got used to it. So friends would wash kimchi for me, so it just has residual taste, and I got used to it and gradually increased the spiciness. In the beginning I stuck with dishes like japchae (potato noodles) and seafood pancake because they are not spicy. Also bibimbap is good because you can control how much chilli paste goes in it. So you can stick with those ones and gradually try spicier ones.
I’ll try! The only thing that I got ‘used’ to eating is Shin Ramyeon and that’s actually still a bit too spicy for my taste. And I’ll try washing kimchi, too, thanks!
After nearly four years of watching Korean dramas I have become indoctrinated regarding Korean food. I am a white English girl but I still go to Korea town and buy kimchi as a treat to myself.
PS. Love your blog. You are a really talented artist and always make me smile. 🙂
Someday I ‘d like to try kimchi!
I never thought I liked spicy food, until I came to Korea ^-^ I learned to appreciate it quickly, especially the cucumber-kind. yum.
OK, I had to ask mom this last night. I told her that I remember growing up and the kimchi smelling so bad and remember her panting at the table because of the heat or spiciness of the kimchi. She finally told me if it is really smelly it is old and not fresh and then said the kimchi was never really that hot it was all of the jalapenos she ate with the kimchi :/ I guess my memory was not all that when I was little.
Lol, reminds me of serving my Korean friends a traditional Canadian Thanksgiving dinner (turkey & all the trimmings) and the first thing they asked was “where’s the kimchi?”. BTW, we found out that kimchi does go well with roast turkey 😛
haha good to know
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