In addition to Japanese food, Korean dishes are the other foreign food that we at home would go crazy, especially with those that require grilling. In this blog post, we will review some of the common Korean food sold in restaurants in Malaysia and also provide you with a few handy Korean words to enhance your dining experience. Image source: Unsplash/Subagus Indra
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One cannot run away from favourite sushi and Korean bento meals when talking about Japanese and Korean food. In Malaysia, we have Sushi King & Sakae Sushi which is like Japanese fast-food and to be frank, they have a good spread and we can even order online for home delivery. Photo by Rajesh TP
This will be the final part of the series where it all went wrong for me in Myanmar and for something I dreaded from the beginning of the trip and whenever I am away from the comfort of home – food poisoning. To be frank, one cannot run away from an upset stomach when travelling overseas namely due to hygiene and cooking methods which will be different from what one has at home.