Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Lotteria's Rice Bulgogi Burger!




I don't eat beef burgers, but MC does, and last year, he gave Lotteria's rice bulgogi burger a generous 5/10 rating. I managed to take a bite of the rice "bun," and you know what, it wasn't half bad. I bet this thing would sell pretty well in Hawaii, home of McDonald's Portuguese sausage, eggs, and rice breakfast!



PS. Is it just me or does the burger wrapper seem a little... inappropriately amusing?

7 comments:

Vana said...

You know that burger really looks good. Reminds me of a chinese dish. sticky rice.

And yes I am looking for a place to stay. thank you

Cheri said...

Vana, here is the link :)
http://www.id.wbtel.net/

Vana said...

YAY thank you!! off to explore...


btw i really hope you continue writing in this blog because i have read every every single one of your posts. and once again thanks and sorry for the inconvenience

Vana said...

I hope you won't find me annoying for asking but how were you able to come upon your living quarters while you were in Korea? How much for rent and where is the building? I am asking because the website is in korean... i'm not korean gahhh sucks. Was the place safe? If you can comment on your living experience there that would be lovely.

Btw, if I am asking too much feel free to ignore.

Cheri said...

Hi Vana,
No worries, I'm always happy to help with what I can. :) I actually found this particular place b/c it was in the same building as my friend's hasuk-jip, and another friend had lived here before and said she liked it. Rent will probably vary from 250,000 to as much as 600,000 depending on size, location, and a few other factors, but I'd say you should be able to find something for around 3-400,000 pretty easily. If you know you're going to be staying long term (which I wasn't aware of at the time) and are willing to spend a little more, you could also look into getting a studio (you'll have to put down a deposit), or even subletting. Just depends on what you're looking for. A hasuk might be a good bet, granted one that's occupied by other Koreans rather than foreigners, to help you learn the language. :) This particular goshitel was in Sinchon (신촌), and yes, the area was really safe, as you will find is true of most of Seoul. :) Just let me know if you have any other Qs!

Alice said...

only 5/10! i liked it ^^

By PhoenixStorm said...

Props for taking the plunge and actually trying it.