Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Chapagetti (짜파게티)!

There are moments when I enjoy a bag of Chapagetti or Chacharoni over "real" jajangmyeon...



Hyunwoo Sun said...

아~~~ 배고파졌어요 ㅋㅋ

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Anonymous said...

MMMM, chapagetti! When I first tried it, I thought it was quite strange, but I'm craving it right now, so what a hypocrite I am eh? ^ ^

Hello hello, I don't think I've properly introduced myself...my name is Connie and I stumbled across your blog :]] I really like your entries, they're quite interesting! Do you live in Korea or do you live in the US? I'm here in the US but there's a lot of Korean influence in the Asian community, so I'm somewhat familiar with Korean pop culture =D

BTW, I saw some of your pictures while browsing through your blog, and I must say your eyes are sooo pretty! The circle lenses suit you well ^ ^ they would make me look like an alien, hehe ><

Cheri said...

Hi Hyunwoo :)

Connie, thanks for reading and for your kind comments. I lived in Seoul for a bit but now I'm back Stateside at the moment. And who says circle contacts aren't for you? :)

Anonymous said...

Haha two reasons why: I have ssangapul which already limit the wonderful potential of the pretty circle lenses (like the green ones ^.~)...and I wear contacts on a daily basis but I've heard that circle lenses are especially bad for your sight if you wear them for more than a couple hours...O______O;

Living in Korea must have been really exciting, right? I mean, living in Asia in general is always a lot of ups and downs, but it's a lot more exciting than here at times~