I love Bibimbap...

I was never a fan of Korean food because they are spicy and kinda smelly ( --oh maybe because of my image of Kimichi). But Honeyb likes Korean food. Specifically, he loves bibimbap. That would be his last order whenever we eat at Yakiniku restaurant. Sometimes, he would take out a Bibimbap bento and see him satisfied after eating.

One day, out of curiousity and starvingness, I tasted my hubby's bibimbap ---wow! It tasted awesome! I even bought the same dish for two the next day

... and the next 2 days.

and planning to buy tomorrow.

So there, my love for bibimbap started last week.


  1. It was not bad to try. You like ?Happy Weekend

  2. Wonderful, it pays to try out something new. Who knows it'll be another addition to faves' list. :D

  3. This got me interested in eating Bibimbap, too!

    My FTF post is up HERE. Happy weekends!

  4. i've been seeing and reading about bibimbap and i am getting really curious.:p i should hunt for bibimbap this weekend.

  5. Alam mu bam, I'm a fan of Korean novelas and I often see it sa shows, sa sobrang curious ko I really went to a Korean resto here in Davao and tried.. masarap nga wala akong photo kasi di paman ako nagboblog nuon,,, at isa pa yung kanilang Soju.. diyos ,, sinipa ako ang tapang..lOL.. joined FTP too at Table for Five

  6. bibimbap must really good.gusto ko tuloy matikman .

  7. Na curious na talaga ako sa lasa ng bibimbap. kahit saan ko yata ito nakikita. pakain nga para masagot anc curiosity ko.

  8. same here--fave din namin ang bibimbap,palaging yan ang last order namin pagkatapos ng yakiniku.Minsan nagluluto din ako ng bibimbap donburi sa bahay--minsan nga mai-post ko ang recipe sa extra time ko.

  9. I heard so much of this Korean dish- Bibimbap. I have never tasted one before but now I am very curious to see how it taste. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.


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