Hubby and I drove down to Marin Country Mart in Larkspur, Calif. to check out KoJa Kitchen's Korean-Japanese "fast casual" food truck at the Off the Grid (OtG) street food gathering. Here's what we found!
I didn't spend enough time in Daejon last year to find this place. Although when I was back in Korea last year, I resolved to only eat Korean food the whole time so I probably would have passed by anyway.
During my last trip to South Korea, I had to buy some tissues for the bathroom and I still have the Korean tissue pouch in my purse. You never know when you end up in a public bathroom w/out TP! Don't mistake me for a type 2, please! LOL!
I own a DVD of a Korean drama called Hotelier that was made in early 2001. They played an American Rap song with the lyrics "I want pu$$y" it was certainly a WTF moment because the Korean equivalent of that would would NEVER be played on Korean TV
Koreans cringe at American kim snack attack I never thought this seemingly innocuous Facebook post on Feb. 13 would cause any kind of uproar or irritation: "Raleys grocery stores in Northern California are selling their own line of seaweed (김Kim/laver) snack packs." Comments such as this one on that...
I call it Murphy's Law for purses: What ever you need the most at that moment is at the very bottom of the purse. If you want your keys, they're at the bottom with lipstick on top but if you're really looking for your lipstick, then it's under the keys. The little hook or a separate dedicated pocket only for keys can come in handy. The only make up I have in my purse are blotting tissues and lipstick. My wallet is very type 3, over stuffed with receipts and cards w/ lots o' texture.