Restaurant Reviews Tagged "Conferences"
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Written about Korea, in 1987
His name was Kim, and his English was pretty good. His concept of breakfast was a bowl of noodle soup in a restaurant that was about twenty-five feet long and only three feet wide.
He got two bowls of soup and sat one in front of me. He said something about “a Korean standard” and went back to the counter. When he returned he had an odd look on his face. It was an “I am about to put a raw egg in your soup” grin.
I sat there stunned, not really having a good “you just put a raw egg in my soup” look to counter with. I looked at my soup; it stared back at me with a yellow eye. Kim smiled and put an egg in his soup and stirred it around with his chopsticks. I did the same. He ate some. I did the same. All right, so it didn’t taste bad…
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