New Normal Dining: Let’s Eat Samgyeopsal in Daega Unlimited Korean Restaurant

New Normal Dining: Let’s Eat Samgyeopsal in Daega Unlimited Korean Restaurant

 

The least that I can do to save humanity is to stay at home in this COVID 19 pandemic. And the least that I can do to help the nation’s economy is to go outside and let my money gradually disappear from my pocket, haha! Just kidding… Seriously though, since one is now allowed to go out if he can present his passes(quarantine pass, travel pass, etc) and observe safety protocols like wearing face masks and face shields, and disinfecting with alcohol or sanitizer, then I could go.

Anyhoo, I have been craving samgyoepsal for a while now. It’s been about five months that I haven’t eaten this kind of cuisine. And thank heavens, I saw a Facebook post about a Korean restaurant that was open for dine in.

I know of only one Korean restaurant that is already accepting dine in customers. It’s Daega Unlimited Korean Retaurant ( DAEGA Unlimited Samgyupsal with 20 unlimited side dishes ) I haven’t gone to this restaurant for my partner and I used to go to our favorite Pearl Korean Restaurant which is still closed up to this time. (Just sharing even no one asked, haha😜.) I was thrilled that finally I was able to eat Samgyoepsal again even though it can be made at home by just buying the ingredients like some bean paste, meat, lettuce, kimchi, etc. But eating it in a real Korean restaurant is far superior than eating it at home. Furthermore, it’s hassle free. I also knew that Daega offers several side dishes. So yeah, that makes me so excited. Belly, you’ve got to be ready.

THE VLOG:

Here’s my short vlog about the happenings on that day. Just watch our new normal dining experience in Daega Unlimited Korean Restaurant.

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THE PHOTOS:

REALIZATION:

Little by little, slowly and gradually, we can now enjoy the things we loved to do several months ago — things we missed during the lockdown. But let’s continue to bear in mind that the viruses are just lurking nearby. Let us not be complacent. Let us follow the health protocols. “Better safe than sorry.”

To end this blog, I would like to share my realization that even though our situation is far from ideal, we should cherish the simple moments we had spent or experienced that obviously give us joy. Let’s slow down once in a while and be grateful for being able to breathe, smile and love.

Thanks for reading.

 

 

How about you? Have you visited Daega Unlimted Korean Restaurant lately?  Tell me about your story.   I would love to hear from you? Please connect thru  my FB page and Instagram. Join me in my adventure and misadventure. Let’s chase those potatoes.

 

 

Those naughty potatoes roll so fast that I could hardly catch up with them in Daega Unlimited Korean Restaurant. I wonder what place will they be venturing next. So stay tuned for my next chasing potatoes adventure.

 

Author: Chasing Potatoes

Why Chasing Potatoes? I’m Chasing Potatoes. I chase time and opportunities because just like round potatoes they roll and get lost. I chase them to store memories to last a lifetime. I make haste, running after them, fearful that they might be gone. That’s why I go places on land or in water.My story tells about the journey of chasing time and saying yes to wonderful opportunities.

8 thoughts on “New Normal Dining: Let’s Eat Samgyeopsal in Daega Unlimited Korean Restaurant”

  1. Last Lockdown here in Germany, we kinda addicted to Korean drama series..parang nasa Pinas ba yung drama marathon sa Netflix and this is what I am craving for! But I haven´t found any Korean restaurant nearny to us..also we are limiting eating out because of yes—corona!
    Looks yummy ! nakakainggit…

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