I'm currently in my 2nd year of teaching English in Busan, South Korea. I also co-run an English website about salsa in Busan: Busan Salsafied

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May 30th
3:03 AM
Oh Lotteria..
For the most part, Korea does a pretty good job of taking Western things and making it into their own (pizza, McDonald’s delivery, overpriced coffee shops). Sadly, their own fast food chain is not one of those good things. I’ve only ever eaten Lotteria in times when I’m in a rush and if that happens, I try to stick to the lady burger. It’s one of the few items not heavily lathered in a questionable brown sauce that I can chow down. The only other times that I do enter this store is on a hot, sticky day and I can buy a vanilla cone for 500won (50 cents).

Oh Lotteria..

For the most part, Korea does a pretty good job of taking Western things and making it into their own (pizza, McDonald’s delivery, overpriced coffee shops). Sadly, their own fast food chain is not one of those good things. I’ve only ever eaten Lotteria in times when I’m in a rush and if that happens, I try to stick to the lady burger. It’s one of the few items not heavily lathered in a questionable brown sauce that I can chow down. The only other times that I do enter this store is on a hot, sticky day and I can buy a vanilla cone for 500won (50 cents).