Cycle 14 – Item 171
25 (Sun) June 2023
-Munjeong, Songpa, Seoul, Republic of Korea-
with the Family
Spinn Bowling Center is a bowling center. Also offers screen golf.
In the course of a sleepover at a friend’s place recently, IZ had tried bowling for the first time. He enjoyed it. So, we all went bowling for the first time as a family.
The last time that I went bowling was in the States, sometime between 2001-2002, when the law firm that I was clerking at during law school hosted a bowling night. I vaguely recall that the place had a small restaurant that served burgers and such.
Ojingeo Ddakong is a Korean cracker product by Orion. Consists of a crispy round shell infused with dried squid (ojingeo), enclosing a peanut (ddongkong). It’s meant to invoke the squid + peanut anju that’s commonly served with beer (see for example 12.245 Ban Geon Ojingeo Ddangkong). Launched in 1976, it is arguably the most fundamental/traditional Korean snack of all time.
Not a huge fan, but I enjoy them on occasion, like when I’m drinking beer.
(See also HANSIK)
(See also RESTAURANTS IN KOREA)