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Yea Won Korean In Ipoh

Here we were at the Yea Won Korean Restaurant last night... All the food seem rather strange to us... hahaha... I told you, right.. we are "Bumbos" .. never tried them before and had a hard time trying to finish all the food..

Andy was saying.. the most common thing he seen
and tasted is the bowl of Rice! hahahaha...

well, almost finished...
we were very full in fact .. but satisfying meal??
Not really, we still prefer Ipoh dishes... hahahhaa...


  1. I don't really know how to eat Korean food too, besides than the BBQ.

  2. We have one Korean restaurant here - good business, been running for a long time...but I'm not crazy about Korean food. Been there a couple of times only - for the BBQ steamboat...

  3. Not really fancy Korean food except for their Kim Chi and Bibimbap. The res t are so weird especially the side dishes.

  4. Mnhl: so it is not us only la... hahaha.. we also dont know how to eat

    stp: me too.. only a couple of times.. not really into it..

    mingna: so that makes us few not liking it.. but at least try..

  5. hmmm...i don't fancy korean dishes too. give me curry noodle any time..hahhahahaha. err...this meal expensive or not?

  6. Once in awhile, we love to indulge in Korean food. Esp like the bbq stuff... n free flow of green vege n side dishes. :)

  7. me not really into korean dish but once in a while is good ! :D love it too. heee

  8. Me too, I am not really into Korean food. Try Thai or Japanese food for more satisfaction next time!

  9. Lol...Thanks for "introducing" Korean food. Wanted to try but since you blog that the food is not good, I think otherwise now.

    Japanese food tastes much tastier.

  10. I personally prefer Japanese than Korean food. But of course our local cuisine is always the best!

  11. been to Korea before n most of us didn't like the food over there.

  12. I love Korean Food....mmmm nice and healthy!

  13. I wanna enjoy Korean food too. :D

  14. barb:very expensive.. tomorrow i show the details..

    slavemom: for us, once is enough..

    caroline: same here..

    ipohgal: yes, thai is definitely more appealing...

    jessie: maybe u like it.. individual taste..

    serene: malaysian chinese food, best!!

    wenn: cham. like that..

    pete: hahaha..u r the only one who said that..hahaha...

    tekkaus: malacca got ah?

  15. A very pretty picture of all of you eating and having fun. But what is that dictionary thing on the top of your post??

  16. Looks like an awfully lot of food.

  17. makan lagi? tsk tsk tsk

  18. The food was served in a organized way and the decoration done was really woh! I love these type of foods.

  19. Wahahaha!! I don't fancy Korean food too... When I read other people's review, I keep quiet and start to think is it coz I am weird! Luckily I got company :P


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