31 (Tue) October 2017
at Chungmu Sanghoe
-Sinsa, Gangnam, Seoul, Korea-
with the family, KHK and JHC
Mission to Korea + Fall Vacation, Day 10.
- Day 1 (8.290 Pleurogrammus Aonus)
- Day 2 (8.291 Ojingeo Sundae)
- Day 3 (8.292 Grilled Lamb)
- Day 4 (8.293 Grilled Fish)
- Day 5 (8.294 Raclette)
- Day 6 (8.295 Osam Bul)
- Day 7 (8.296 Mul Naeng Myeon)
- Day 8 (8.297 Octopus Abalone Ramyeon)
- Day 9 (8.298 Skirt)
In Seoul. Here, initially, to coordinate the Asia-Pacific Regional Meeting for National Ethics/Bioethics Committees (AP-NEC), which WHO co-organized in collaboration with the National Bioethics Committee of Korea (KNBC) last week. Staying on through the end of next week on an extended holiday with the family.
Seggosi is a Korean fish dish. Raw fish, typically white fish, is chopped into small pieces, which are topped with chili paste and aromatics, then wrapped in lettuce.
The fish here was utterly flavorless – not that flavor matters much in the Korean tradition, which drowns the fish with all the dips and toppings – but I prefer to eat the fish in a simpler fashion, with a touch of soy sauce and wasabi – sorta Japanese style.