Food Fix

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Life Made Easy Travel -

Two of Jeju Is­land’s sig­na­ture dishes to check off your list: abalone por­ridge ( jeon­bokjuk) and black pork ( heuk dwaeji) bar­be­cue. Most restaurants have these items on their menu so don’t miss them. The abalone por­ridge is a lo­cal spe­cial­ity, and plain as it is, the abalone is fresh and I liked its mild, salty, sea flavour. As for Jeju Is­land’s bar­be­cued black pork, it’s chewier and has a more smoky taste than reg­u­lar pork.


There’s more to see and do in the cap­i­tal city of South Korea, so spend at least three days here. I’d sug­gest you stay in Seoul af­ter vis­it­ing Jeju Is­land, so you don’t have to travel from one lo­cal air­port to an­other be­fore you fly back to Sin­ga­pore.

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