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@iheartdocjoe i meant to mention you and not myself! hahahahahah and yes again thanks :)
@pampam93 thanks for the offer! and yes i will def. be on a lookout for your upcoming updates of korean food!
@iheartdocjoe i think with these I rather go to restaurant haha i think the taste is different cooking them at home and at the restaurant ~ so how are you enjoying korean food?
I'd like to eat.... I miss the Korean foods
@pampam93 yes so many must try!!! Come here and i will treat you haha....in the next few days i will post more korean food photos!!!
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