Jeju, Korea, Travel

Jeju Island: Samgyetang (Ginseng Chicken Soup)

October 29, 2012
Went for dinner after the visit at Fairy&Woodcutter Theme Park
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Can you imagine just 6 of us sat in this bus all by ourselves? 
Lots of free space!
Sunset at Jeju
Beautiful sunset at Jeju.
Ginseng Chicken Soup
The restaurant which our driver booked for us.
Ginseng Chicken Soup
Ginseng Chicken Soup
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Ginseng Chicken Soup
Looks yummy with the sizzling hot stone bowl!
Couldn’t believe that they can actually stuff one whole chicken inside with rice at the bottom somemore.
Just when we thought that was it, we’ve found abalone inside. 
Indeed, this ginseng chicken soup with abalone cost 22,000 won (RM60) each .
Too much for one to finish. I can barely finish half.
Ginseng Chicken Soup
A small complimentary of insamju (ginseng wine).
Ginseng Chicken Soup
Jeju Airport
Leaving for Seoul in the next morning.
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Had lunch at Silkroad, a chinese restaurant inside the Jeju Airport.
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The food here was not bad with the bill of 23,000 won (RM63).
Jeju Airport
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I think anyone who goes to Korea for free and easy trip just had to jot down this number.
The difficulty in communication can really make the trip miserable.
Jeju Airport
Next: Seoul – Myeongdong
  • So hungry right now! *drools*

    And what a great idea to have a volunteer translation service! It would be very helpful for tourists.

  • Yeap! Very helpful…if you managed to talk to them.

    Always on hold for the busy line.

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