This week, Korea celebrates Autumn by celebrating in the best way possible, with Chuseok. I love chuseok, mostly because of the food. These year, instead of celebrating it with distance family members, who really don’t call at all to ask of how the family is doing, I decided to celebrated by myself, and some friends, and some family members.
I started my chuseok week, in Tuesday, by going out with myself, basically I took myself into a date, but with myself, so… Anyway, I woke up, very late, because I could, and I wanted to. I dressed up and everything. I organized my plan, and my plan was to go to Itaewon to eat vegan food, in a bakery called Plant. And I got myself, a vegan brownie, and a chewy pumpkin cookie. I was thinking of eating it, but then I remembered that the next day I was going to meet my dearest friend, Heidi, so I wanted to reserved my experience of having vegan baking, with her. Also, what I liked about the brownie and the cookie, was that the price was affordable than the cakes, which is a relief, because last time, I had ordered a cake in this place, and smelled delicious, but it tasted plain, which I was so mad, because I paid too much for it.
I was about to leave Itaewon, when I noticed that I felt too weak to keep on, and I needed to eat at least something small to keep me going. I was going around, wondering what to eat, until I stumbled across this gelato place, and decided that treating myself a little bit, it wouldn’t do me any harm. So I got there, and tried the pumpkin cinnamon sample, and the mint choco sample. It was so hard to chose between these two amazing flavors, but at the end, I went with the pumpkin cinnamon, because I felt the vibe of autumn, and pumpkin fitted so well with the season.
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