|Starting to sizzle away!|
As you can see from the picture, it is cooked right in front of you on a grill-pan type thing. Along with the chicken and seasonings, there are rice cakes (best part, next to the chicken), cabbage, onions, and the green is sesame leaves, I think. Generally a spicy dish, you can order it more mild. When my friend and I walked into the restaurant, we were both immediately struck by the spices in the air from the other patrons. With each breath, our nose and throat "tickled" as my friend said.
|Just about ready to eat! So tasty!|
After eating most of the dish, we ordered some rice to make 볶음밥 (boggeum bab; fried rice) with the remaining seasoning.
|The server mixed it all together and cut down the remaining big pieces.|
After eating all that food, my friend and I were so full that we had to walk it off. Near the restaurant in Jungmun, there is Cheongjeyeon Falls (and a temple, but I think waterfalls are cooler... sometimes). Entrance is only a couple of dollars (or free if you are a Jeju resident, which I now am!). It's a short, yet lovely walk along the river's edge to see the three different sets of falls. All in all, it was a fun, and delicious outing.
Here's a couple pictures--some from Friday and some from a couple weeks ago, because yes, I've been before.
Love and hugs!
|The 2nd Waterfall (friday)|
|Same waterfall back in September--look at the difference in water pressure!|
|Beautiful pool at the "first waterfall,"|
|Bridge crossing the river and leading to the temple. Stunning views from the top!|
|Various shots of the temple. You can go to the second floor of this temple where the view is again really pretty.|