The mission is simple: serve delicious, affordable food that guests will want to return to week after week.
A Sith Ajumma.
The girls here have just done away with the pretense and gone full on sports jerseys.
I see the exact same thing three times photographically, I make note of it. This is the third young lady I've seen in a trendy shirt dress applying a single roller to her bangs in public. Saw this in a Kpop concert a couple weeks ago. Upon asking this girl what was up with that, she said she needed to curl her bangs. It must be a priority these days and a move away from the straight bangs thing that was...a thing amongst some of a more mod style.
Not Boy London, but half of a discarded couples' hat set. Boy Namdaemun Market, since I've seen the matching GIRL hat there, too.
These kids forget the old adage: you can pick your friends; you can pick your nose; but you can't pick your friend's nose.
I do have a personal bias for sports jersey dresses.
No, THIS is a phone.
Lace n stuff, preserving Korean demureness, no matter how superfluous or nonsensical.
Korea's oldest Catholic cathedral.
Myeongdong in Seoul is a place where you can pull this off.
Another lazy Sunday afternoon...
This couple does not go quietly...
Demureness is still in the sartorial DNA of "good Korean girls". High hemlines and exposure are ok, as long as they're covered with lace and frills.
A polite pork cutlet!
A more risqué summer look today in Itaewon. In a culture in which shoulders are considered a bit lewd, it's interesting to see bare midriffs so often. We'll, it IS Itaewon, which is the foreigners' district and a bit more socially permissive.
The Trendy should always be ready for inclement weather.