Dinner -May 28th, 2010-

It was a monthly dine-out with my douki friends. There was no talk and we decided to eat at Tonchan in Gotanda as usual. All of us love the food and it is located in the middle of everyone’s workplace and home.

There were supposed to be 5 people including me to come to the gathering, but one couldn’t make it. However, 4 of us enjoyed ourselves talking about random silly stuff, eating delicious Korean food, drinking alcohol :)

You can find my Sharp AQUOS cellphone and her colorful cute lighter :P

チャンジャ Korean fermented cod intestine. This is very spicy and tasty!

That was my third time to hit Tonchan in two weeks…!

Alright, here is previous posts about Tonchan.  April 23rd and May 25th.

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3 thoughts on “Dinner -May 28th, 2010-

  1. leeswammes says:

    Hi Yoshi, thanks for telling us about this. Now I wonder, what is douki? You go to a lecture with your friends?

    Also, I wonder what Korean food is like? How does it differ from other foods (nationalities)?

    • Yoshi says:

      Hi, thanks for the comment.
      A work “douki” means those people who started to work in the same company in the same year as you. Basically, they are your work friends of about the same age :)

      Oh, haven’t you really tried Korean food before? Hmm…Korean food is similar to Chinese or Japanese ones, based on rice, noodle, vegetables, tofu, meats and seafoods. And unlike Japanese cuisine, some of the Korean dishes are spicy seasoned with chili peppers such as kimchi pickles and jjigae soup.

      • leeswammes says:

        Thanks for explaining, Yoshi. So, douki is like a “year group”. We have that for university but not for work, because everyone enters a work place at different ages (we switch a lot between work places, especially when we’re still young).

        It sounds like Korean food is more spicy than Japanese. I love Thai food, so Korean is probably also very nice.

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