Not much to say so today's blog is a picture blog! WOO!
Eating mushroom soup with the camera man, the driver, and the director's assistant.
We filmed a proposal for a food competition show.
Bonkwongsa Temple North of Seoul
Lunch time at the temple (Bibimbap-Rice with veggies and chili paste)
Right before we filmed a fight scene.
I called Kalan stupid and he said I don't know how to cook.
This place was really cute and right near the temple.
We had some traditional tea.
Ladies making kimchi!
Those are all red chili peppers (cochu) on the floor and on the roof.
All those are cabbages on the tables.
We got to try some :P yummy
LJ the director and pots full of Dangjan
(bean chili paste that makes everything taste bomb)
The last steam engine train in Korea that went from North to South
In the tea house. Camera man and director.
At the Global Festival in Incheon.
Apparently the land used to be ocean.
They are planning to make a whole city and a theme park there.
Yummy rice cakes and crackers!
This was taken in Incheon at the Food Festival
When people get married or have their birthdays they have these pretty assortment of rice cakes.
REALLLY BOOORING Drum dance haha
Queen Sylvia and King Kalan
The new wife gets taken in a box to her husbands chambers
Kalan in the wifey box
Some girl holding Kalan's hands haha
Me making a vase
After a hanbok (Korean traditional dress) fashion show
That guy in the left and the blue shirt snuck into the pic.
We have no idea who he is.
Filming on a boat!
Us with co-stars Martin Su and Andrea.
They're both from Georgia.
She killed those and served it to us.
Forgot how to say baby octopus
It was moving still!
And yummy! ^^
Then she killed some fish and served us some sashimi.
And then made some soup out of the fish scraps.
Driver no 2 and the other director.
Dr. Fish pedicure. Tickles.
Probably one of my all time favorite snacks called Hodukk.
It's a pancake thing with brown sugary stuff inside.
This is my FAVORITE favorite snacks.
It may just look like a waffle but it's like a super waffle with jam, honey, and icing in it.
And they make it even superer when they put frozen yogurt in it.
This is nangmyun. It's everyone's favorite food in the summer because it's cold and yummy.
Well that's what I've been doing or eating lately. No photo shoots this week. Tomorrow we are going to visit Kalan's former student who might have gotten him a part in her movie that she is directing. We are going to hang out on set and do some networking. Networking is KEY!