Korean restaurants in Brazilian paper

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Korean restaurants mentioned by an article in today’s paper. According to the writer, Cho Sun Ok is more orthodox and, apparently, if you visit, chances are you’ll be one of the very few westerners there (maybe like in those Korean restaurants near Centre Point in London?).Lua Palace is the other recommended Korean restaurant and a nice place if you want to try the country’s cuisine for the first time.And just forget about Khanl el Khalili, which is a tea house and appears here only because I was in a hurry (i.e., late for work) and could not bother to scan properly and rearrange the images.(Taken with instagram)Check out more posts from this collaboration HERE.Check out the other collaborators’ blogs here.Check out The Korea Blog!

Korean restaurants mentioned by an article in today’s paper. According to the writer, Cho Sun Ok is more orthodox and, apparently, if you visit, chances are you’ll be one of the very few westerners there (maybe like in those Korean restaurants near Centre Point in London?).

Lua Palace is the other recommended Korean restaurant and a nice place if you want to try the country’s cuisine for the first time.

And just forget about Khanl el Khalili, which is a tea house and appears here only because I was in a hurry (i.e., late for work) and could not bother to scan properly and rearrange the images.

(Taken with instagram)


Check out more posts from this collaboration HERE.
Check out the other collaborators’ blogs here.
Check out The Korea Blog!

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