Friday, January 16, 2015

Korea Trip Summer: Part 3

Hello everyone! I noticed my photos are out of order, so, bare with me
if some of them are in different cities. Hope you
enjoy another post with me today!
Seeing photos of a ramen-themed pension, I was dying to go when
I visited Korea over the summer.
Located in Gapyeong, I stayed at Unique Pension for a night for
100,000 won.
(Rooms are set at different prices and varies during seasons, weekdays, and weekends.)
Gapyeong is well-known for their wacky pensions and Unique Pension
has different themed rooms. Besides the Ramen, they
also include rooms like Starbucks and more.
I always imagined the room to be small, but it's quite spacious and
the Ramen Cup is HUGE!!!
Honestly, this place was my favorite part of my trip!

My mom and I wanted to eat ramen to fit the theme of the room, but we couldn't
find  Shin Ramen at a local convenience store.
(The local convenience stores at Gapyeong price their items higher.)
The next day, we went to an underground shopping center and ate some
 짜장면 (Black Bean Noodles) and 탕수육 (Sweet and Sour Pork)!

more noodles!!! LOL
We went to another convenience store and I bought Melon Milk and
불닭볶음면 (Spicy Chicken) Some dislike the Melon Milk, but I loved it.
Taste like Melon Bar.
As for the 불닭볶음면, it's supposedly the spiciest and is really popular in Korea.
Oh my...I fell in love with it instantly...it was super delicious...
I don't think they sell it back here, but...I bought some off of Amazon
a few days ago!!!
Thank you for reading!

26 comments:

  1. The Ramen room is so cool. I want to be there!

    Black Daisy

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    1. Yes, it was pretty cool ^o^! You should visit one day!

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  2. Omgggg I always wanted to go to Korea and eat black bean noodles all day T___T you are killing me with your details haha. ;)

    Lee // www.lastnightwithlee.blogspot.com

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    1. T__T I'm sorry~
      I hope that you'll be able to visit one day and eat all the black bean noodles you want!!!

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  3. Waaaooooww! The food looks so tastyyyy!!

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    thank you


    are you in korea?
    have a nice day in korea!^^

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    1. Thank you very much!
      I'm no longer in Korea T.T but I'll be visiting again soon!

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  6. I want try that melon milk (>.<).
    and of course want to try the original jjajangmyun too :).

    nice post.

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  7. nice post, I love korean noodles, most of the time they are more spicy :)
    lets follow eachother! just let me know and I will follow back :)

    - www.angelaah91.blogspot.nl

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    1. Thank you! Haha, yeah, most korean noodles are spicy!
      I'll check out your blog! :)

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    Your blog is so pretty. Now, I'm your new follower. I would be glad if you could follow me back.
    Btw, great photos.
    Have a beautiful Sunday.
    Kisses.

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    1. Thank you! I'll check out your blog :)!

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  10. I've always wanted to try out the black bean noodles to see what it taste like, but i'm scared that it would taste bad and i end up wasting my money LOL.

    uhhsandy.blogpsot.com

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    1. LOL they taste delicious! You can opt for the cheaper instant version of the black bean noodles if you wanna test it out before you try them!

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  11. I didn't know there's a ramen room like that until you posted it on your blog.Waahhhh I want to sleep there too,I'm a bit jealous kk~~

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    1. Haha, there are other wacky rooms as well! Hope you're able to visit one one day!

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  12. Hi! Do you understand Korean? How did you book the ramen room? As their website is in English and I can't understand Korean. Tried to whatsapp the owner too, but no reply

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