Living in Korea is pretty amazing for a variety of reasons. Many of the reasons include ways to make life easier and convenient. One of the things I love about Korea is of course, the food. It's a little crazy how the same chains that we have back in America are here, but they're even better. I probably eat out here more than back in the states.
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From time to time while teaching English in Korea, you'll most likely get cravings for non-Korean meals and snacks. Itaewon, an international neighborhood in Seoul, offers a selection of food from all over the world, including sweets that you're missing from home. Here is my list of the most suggested places for any foreigner to visit in Itaewon!
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Everyone who knows me knows that I have the biggest sweet tooth and I can eat more dessert than any other course. I'm always asking for the dessert places, not just cafes that have slices of cakes and I finally found one that satisfies all my cravings. Things have not changed since I started teaching English in South Korea. The dessert bar Kyotofu
is a popular restaurant back in New York and is famous for its desserts. Opening one by Itaewon at the Hanganjin station in Hannam, this spot has been on my list for a while now. After finally paying a visit to the restaurant, it is a place I recommend for small groups, especially dates.
Tags: Japanese, living in Seoul, Itaewon, restaurant, Hannam, Kyotofu, dessert, dessert bar