Juniper and I arrived in South Korea almost a week ago and it has been non-stop adventure ever since. Well. Except for that one day last week where we totally vegged out to nurse the colds we picked up along the way. There's so much to write about - from the toilets to the taxi cabs, the fashion and the food (glorious food!) - that I can't even begin to focus on what I want to say right now. This past weekend we ventured into Seoul to celebrate the Buddha's birthday and we're kinda still recovering. But so that I don't leave y'all high-and-dry without any snippets of Korea to whet your appetite, I'll just post this (badly edited) video of Juniper and I trying our first bite of kklutarae. Kkultarae is an unusual sweet snack sold from an open cart. It is traditionally a Korean court cake, made from 16,000 fine, silky white strands of stretched honey. To keep the strands from sticking together, they're dipped in cornstarch. It's then filled with peanuts, almonds, walnuts, black sesame and sesame, and then wrapped into balls of yum-diggity. They're even better after storing them in the freezer!