So I would just like to share this hearty breakfast I had on the second day of my autumn trip.
Normally I would like to have Galbi or Ppyeohaejangguk. But on Day 2, I had an all-you can eat noodles and katsu (afaik, this is a Jap term – I don’t know if they use the same word in Korea, but the restaurant where we ate used the term ‘katsu’ as well).
I wanted to have a good meal because was actually preparing myself for some trip to Soyosan (Mt. Soyo) where I was expecting to get a better view of the autumn foliage.
When I arrived in Korea, I was initially disappointed to see that most of the trees I saw in Seoul are still green. But my friend told me that we will be going to the mountain-y areas where most trees have already turned orange.