6.306 Mul Naeng Myeon


7 (Sat) November 2015

Mul Naeng Myeon


at Pil-Dong Myeonok

-Pil, Seoul-

with the wife and kids

For the next two weeks, I’ll be traveling to attend a pair of week-long missions, back to back, the first to Switzerland, then to Fiji.  Arranged the itinerary — MNL > ICN > GVA > ICN > NAD > ICN > MNL — to allow for three consecutive weekends at home, starting today, though only for a day and a half per stop.  I’ll take my blessings however they may come.

Suyuk (beef) + Pyeonyuk (pork) (1.5) — served cold, much skimpier-drier-blander than before.

If only to confirm the superiority of the mul naeng myeon at Pyeongyang Myeonok (see most recently 6.298 Mul Naeng Myeon), I took the family for dinner at Pil-Dong Myeonok.  Confirmed, no contest.

At the time of my first visit (see generally 2.201 Mandu Guk), IZ had just been conceived, probably still unbeknownst to us; on the second, he was 14 months old (see generally 4.148 Mul Naeng Myeon); here, 40 months and all growed up, or so he’d like to think.

In older posts, I’d espoused a rather dismissive opinion of Pyeongyang Myeonok — a humble reminder that my views, no matter how right they may seem in the present, can change.

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