My stories of Seoul are far from over. I have this dream of finishing all I wanted to write about Seoul in one sitting but that dream hasn’t (and probably won’t) materialized yet. So bear with me and believe me when I say, I’m working on finishing writing about our Seoul and Philippine vacation.
After spending time at the Kimchi Field Museum, we decided to have a bit of a walk in and out of Coex Mall.
Coex Mall is the largest underground mall in Asia. Inside, you’ll find lots of restaurants, and boutiques. They have an area called Megabox which consists of 16 theatres. They also have an Aquarium which is divided into four themes.
The Husband and I went out and took photos of the mall’s surrounding.
Cherry Blossom trees surrounded the area.
On our second day in Seoul, the sun was shining brightly and it felt great to be outside.
Felt the pangs of hunger and decided to go back in and have lunch at Jackie’s Kitchen.
Jackie’s Kitchen is owned by the famous Jackie Chan. The restaurant looks simple and casual, seemed like a place where young professionals have lunch during the day. Since this is Jackie Chan’s restaurant, the usual Chinese dishes are the main attraction.
We ordered the usual suspects. We start with a plate of Fried Rice abundant with lots of vegetables, prawns and meat.
The Husband and I shared an order of Pork Dimsum and Spring Rolls. The Dimsum was moist and juicy. The Spring Rolls crunchy and filling.
We learned that other than their dimsum, their noodles are a specialty too. Since we are in Seoul, we opted to try their Black Bean Noodles and it was good. The noodles were perfectly cooked and the sauce was flavourful.