Let’s go Korean!



Dolsot Bibimbap, Jap chae and Pajeon are more than enough to fill your hungry tum-tum! I now appreciate Korean food more after I learned what to order. (special thanks to Pinky Tan) ๐Ÿ™‚ Trying it out for the first time can be quite intimidating especially if you donโ€™t know what you will get. Mom and Dad learned it the hard way but with practice and a little research a Korean food trip is truly worth it.

If youโ€™re in Davao you can try KIMCHI SOMANG which is just across Victoria plaza besides Chowking Bajada or you can also try SIGOL BAP SANG Korean Restaurant, this one’s across Grand Regal Hotel. The latter also has a Korean grocery store beside it where you can buy yummy Korean ice cream for dessert. Enjoy!

Disclosure: Nothing to disclose, we paid for our meals.

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  1. Kikai says:

    Hello Pauline! I’m currently in love with Korean food! Na-miss ko yung mga nakalinyang restaurants sa Kalayaan Avenue sa Quezon City, so I was so happy when I discovered na meron pala dito sa Davao. I haven’t tried the restaurants you’ve been to pero so far, yung isang napuntahan ko, Davao Korea Town Restaurant, na malapit Ahfat’s, was great. ๐Ÿ™‚

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