Walking around Seoul was so much fun at any time of the day. Vendors peddling all sorts of goodies, from sweets to boiled fish cakes, could be found in all sorts of busy streets and corners. Catering to a clientel of fleeting passerbys in a hurry, the vendors were ready to the nines to take them on.
My cousin told me about this Morocco Sandwich cart. I was so down for this. As much as I love eating primo Korean food, a variety is always nice. After knocking down a few drinks (ok, maybe more than a few) we made a beeline for the cart.
This guy is in the zone.
Marinted chopped beef was grilled along with onion and egg and stuffed into a soft roll. Mmm.
Of course we could not end the night with just the sandwich. We needed something soupy to soothe our alcohol filled tummies. Luckily there was a udon cart right in front of my cousin’s apartment. Score.
Thank you happy Mr. Udon.