15 (Sun) June 2014
Junior Cho’s Beef Stew
by Air Asia Zest
on Flight Z2 85
-Incheon en route to Manila-
The Prodigal Son Returns to Fulfill His Teaching Obligations (Day 4 of 4)
- Day 1 (5.158 Bareun Gimbab)
- Day 2 (5.159 Chamchi Hoe)
- Day 3 (5.160 Tandoori Chicken)
Ostensibly, the reason for this trip was to give a lecture at the university. Although I’ve resigned my position, I agreed to cover a couple lectures that I would’ve been scheduled to give, one last Friday, the other in a couple weeks. I do feel a lingering sense of responsibility to my students. Fortunately, June 12 is Independence Day in the Philippines, a national holiday; with a day of leave on Friday, I got a 4-day weekend, only 2 hours of which I spent teaching.
Junior Cho’s Korean Beef Stew is an in-flight meal by Air Asia. A wannabe galbi jjim with steamed rice and carrots.
While the flavor came respectably close, but the three chunks of beef were mostly fat, which I didn’t eat. So, the meal turned out to consist primarily of rice and carrots.
I don’t know who Junior Cho is.
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