Sunday, March 13, 2016

Korean Foods: Images of Korean Dishes

Korean culture is fast influencing the way in which Filipinos live their lives. On TV, Korean series are shown, while others devour Korean TV series like hungry viewers; they buy Korean CDs and DVDs.

I'm also an avid fan of Korean TV series/films.

 In Angeles City, Pampanga, a Korean Village is already existing, complete with all the services they need.

At one time or another, Filipinos had tasted Korean cuisine. K-pop is also invading the airwaves and thousands of young people groove to the music of Psy, Jang Geung Suk, Rain, Lee Song Gi, CN Blue, Exo, Girls' Generation, Super Junior, and countless more talented artists.

For this post, the images will be Korean dishes. All pictures were captured by the lens of Nino Alviz, a Korean food patron. Thanks Sir.

For Laughs: A Story Created by an Online Story Generator

N.B. This story was created by an online story generator. Read and see of you can make head or tail of it. ENJOY!

Marlon Dixon was thinking about Lauren Hill again. Lauren was a stupid virgin with curvaceous arms and charming legs.

Marlon walked over to the window and reflected on his peaceful surroundings. He had always loved tranquil Maryhurst with its troubled, tense trees. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel passionate.

Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the stupid figure of Lauren Hill.

Marlon gulped. He glanced at his own reflection. He was a jealous, bold, wine drinker with big arms and handsome legs. His friends saw him as an adorable, adventurous Angel. Once, he had even revived a dying, Priest.

But not even a jealous person who had once revived a dying, Priest, was prepared for what Lauren had in store today.

The sun shone like making love horses, making Marlon faithful. Marlon grabbed a peculiar book that had been strewn nearby; he massaged it with his fingers.

As Marlon stepped outside and Lauren came closer, he could see the wet glint in her eye.

Lauren gazed with the affection of 8520 proud dull dogs. She said, in hushed tones, "I love you and I want love."

Marlon looked back, even more faithful and still fingering the peculiar book. "Lauren, do you love me too," he replied.

They looked at each other with dedicated feelings, like two colossal, curvy cats standing at a very deranged party, which had soul music playing in the background and two scheming uncles embracing to the beat.

Marlon regarded Lauren's curvaceous arms and charming legs. "I feel the same way!" revealed Marlon with a delighted grin.

Lauren looked worried, her emotions blushing like a robust, rare rock.

Then Lauren came inside for a nice glass of wine.