Discovering Chinese food in Korea
While wandering around Ulsan, my stomach started sending me messages that it was empty... so like any backpacker I checked my wallet and started looking for something cheap. Now don't get me wrong, in Korea all food is cheap for the most part, so when I saw a giant sign that said 3000 won (around $3 Canadian), I ventured in for a look. I noticed everyone was eating noodles in thick black sauce - I had eaten it once in Toronto and was not impressed - but like most foods, it tastes better in its homeland. If you can, give it a try!
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