Yo! What’s up, everyone?
Any plans now that
What's up, Rocky! Well, I want to go to the beach!
The beach? Me too, but you know we’ll likely be stuck inside for the summer…
I’m going glamping next weekend!
Whoa, cool! I bet you’ll eat all sorts of good food!
Yeap! I’m going to go with friends and film a mukbang together.
Have you guys heard of convenient store food combos , by chance?
Korean convenient stores sell
all sorts of stuff!
Exactly! So the plan is to get a bunch of items and mix and match different foods!
That sounds great!
Does anyone have food combos that come to mind?
As far as convenient store food goes? Beer and pizza all the way!
Beer and pizza? That’s no fun…
You ever hear of Mark’s signature dish ?
It follows a recipe made by a fan of Mark from the Kpop group, GOT7.
It was named after him!
It’s super easy to make, and tastes so good! People absolutely love it!
I never heard of it before! What’s in it?
Any convenient store brand spaghetti ramen, tteokbokki, sausage, and string cheese!
I can't picture it. How do you make it??
First, cook the spaghetti ramen up, then add the tteokbokki and sausage, already prepared.
And at the very end, top it with cheese and bon appetit! Easy, right? Takes just 10 minutes!
It’s the bomb! Russian people like this style of food, so I often cook it up myself.
That's a pretty neat
food combo idea!
What else is there?
Something refreshing would be nice to beat the heat…
Something refreshing? Recently, I make myself a honey makgeolli on the daily
Simply add one part milk to one part makgeolli and give it a shake! Then add honey to taste!
I LOVE Korean rice wine!
Let’s make one in a bit!
Well, if ya’ll are going to have makgeolli, I have a suggestion for people like Erika and myself that don’t drink alcohol!
Mogu Mogu Sparkling! All it takes is a Mogu Mogu drink and some peach sparkling soda and that’ll do it!
Good idea, Ariel! That’s the kind of thing kids would love too!
I guess I should share a great idea for dessert!
Are you talking about that biscuit butter sandwich thingy?
Yeap! Just layer sweet bean jelly and butter between two biscuit cookies and voilà!
They don’t sell sweet bean jelly in Russia… Nutella should do the trick!
That’s just a snack! I enjoy eating something heartier. Why don’t we make some fried rice with snow crab mustard?!
Crab? I love crabs!
Crab mustard is a really well-known dish in Korea, but it’s so expensive that it’s hard to enjoy on a regular basis. Ever since it’s release in convenient stores, though, people are loving it!
Totally. They even sell marinated shrimp, marinated salmon, and other stuff now.
I know, right? My Taiwanese friend said that’s the first thing she wants to try when she comes to visit!
All you need to do is fry up some green onions, eggs, instant rice, and crab mustard with some sesame oil in the pan!
While we’re at it, let’s cook up some Omori kimchi and sausage stew !
Whaaaat? What the heck is that?
Just go get some Omori Kimchi Stew Ramen at any GS25 convenient store.
Then add your favorite sausage and a half-boiled egg for a tasty meal!
All this sounds good and all, but people from the States might find everything to be too bothersome to deal with…
For me, I’m perfectly satisfied with some good ol’ beer and pizza !
Well, beer is the perfect accompaniment for any summer day!
Especially with the four cans for 10,000 won deal!
All this talk of food has stirred up my appetite!
Everyone come on over then!
Be sure to drop by the convenient store on your way!
You got it!
Let’s do this!
Off to the convenient store!