Kervan is a Halal Turkish Restaurant in Itaewon. I've seen a lot of reviews on this restaurant and have been meaning to visit. I finally ended up going with Sarah this weekend.
Just when you think there are no more theme cafes left to see, Korea proves you wrong. Actually I knew about this one for awhile but my plan to visit just never worked out.
Growing up in North America everyone did Brunch. It was hard to find a restaurant that did bacon, eggs, sausage, pancakes, omelettes and french toast-- they even have restaurants that are only open for breakfast or have breakfast all day. Living in Korea most Koreans ate Korea food like rice, kimchi, and other Korean dishes for breakfast. That was one thing I missed about home until I fond out about a restaurant with American style breakfast, Butterfinger. I have only been to Butterfinger twice and although it hits the spot, I find it to be overpriced. Luckily for me brunch has become a lot more popular recently. There are a lot of new restaurants offering brunch all over Seoul which is great.
Being an introvert i'm sure I surprised people when I announced that I was going to move halfway across the world to teach English alone. I am a quiet person and not bubbly in any way, shape or form which most people think you need to be if you want to be a teacher, especially for younger kids. Sometimes I wondered, is teaching really for me? At first I struggled trying to find a happy medium between being extra bubbly and being myself. After awhile I started teaching I realized I don't have have a bubbly personality to have a good relationship with the kids, I just needed to be able to relate with them. For those of you who are considering teaching but are not sure if it is right for you, here are some things to help you make your decision.
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