13 3 / 2013

There’s a hidden gem in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Washington, DC. I basically ordered “homemade” Korean food. I’ve always appreciated small businesses, especially the ones that are immigrant owned. This small kitchen produces high quality food for the cheap foodie. What I like most about places like this are their untelling tales of motherlands and journeys. Indeed, there are some things that seep into our lives and become personal and touching matters. 

There’s a hidden gem in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood of Washington, DC. I basically ordered “homemade” Korean food. I’ve always appreciated small businesses, especially the ones that are immigrant owned. This small kitchen produces high quality food for the cheap foodie. What I like most about places like this are their untelling tales of motherlands and journeys. Indeed, there are some things that seep into our lives and become personal and touching matters.