|Bibimbap, Korean's fried rice |
dish on iron wok
Our food are ready when we arrived at the unassuming restaurant. On the iron wok, piles of cabbage, chicken and chili pepper paste being stirred fried along with a few scoops of rice. The aroma was great and it lingered in the air and stuck to one shirt and hair, long after dinner. As usual Kent went around to ensure everyone had a seat, had kimchi and was eating. We quickly finished our our Bibimbap in no time as it was very delicious. We had 2 helpings of rice added on and were enjoying frying them. All my kids always like fried rice, so, by the time we were ready to make our exit, the wok was squeaky clean. There was rice crust at the bottom of the wok which Kent mentioned was the best part but by then we are already very full to stomach more.
After dinner, we proceed to our next destination, a 2.5 hours bus ride to Toseong, near Soeraksan, to Del Pino Golf Resort, where we will stay the night. Our room was a Korean tatami style where we slept on warmed floor. It was our first time experiencing the Korean sleeping style. Here are the pictures I took during dinner and on the way to Toseong:
Del Pino Resort location: 403-1, Wonam-ri, Toseong-myeon,Gangwon-do, Goseong-gun, Goseong-gun, South Korea