Hello, Hongsi ^_^ Today, I prepared salmon, octopus and seagrapes. This octopus looks very tempting. I prepared a Chojang which is a special Korean sauce for seafood. It’s sweet and spicy. (It’s a great match with seafood!) Hongsi, take a fist bite ; ) I can taste the freshness of the ocean. How is this so chewy and tender at the same time? The texture is not tough but so soft. In Korea, we boil the octopus and cut it into slices and enjoy it as a side dish or with alcoholic drinks such as Soju 😀 And we call this boiled octopus a Muneosukhoe. The price of an octopus goes high during the Korean traditional holidays as it is used as an ancestral rituals ceremony food. I think the attractive thing about the octopus is that it has a unique texture. Umm~ do you think the dish for a sauce is a bit tilted? I have moved the dish but it looks the same haha ; ) Seagrapes (in Korean: Badapodo) Ooooh listen to this popping sound of it! I love this sound. Let’s have a salmon (Yeon-eo) now. I will save the big salmon for later ❤️ Yesss! This is the taste I was expecting! I think I’m having salmon about 2~3 times a week. Let’s put Wasabi on it~ And of course the Chojang~ Koreans tend to eat salmon often. And I am one of them hehe 😀 I would’ve had salmon every day if it was cheaper. I made the Chojang (special Korean sauce for seafood) myself. The Chojang is also can be served with Bibimbap, seasoned veggies and lots more. The inside is looking full of taste. oops! I forgot to squeeze the lemon on it haha. I prepared the horseradish sauce that Hongsis recommended. I used all my onions at home so I couldn’t prepare the onions :(( Let’s enjoy this one! There’s Wasabi inside which I love. A deep flavor of a sauce goes well with a salmon. I ate it all in a second because it was sooo delicious. Wowowow…! I’m so happy having to eat salmon and octopus at the same time! It’s already the end of June. I guess I have been busy this month. I went on a business trip and I had a change to my environment so it was really driving me crazy. I apologize for my fluctuant uploadings. However, it is my great pleasure having to meet Hongsi. It really energizes me. I wonder how Hongsi spent their month. It should be more delicious when I eat salmon and octopus together right? Oh, I was surprised because it actually tasted great! Well, it was an obvious result as I love seafood haha. I should cut this one. It’s huge. We use scissors a lot in the kitchen. It’s really useful. Can you guess what this is?! It’s a radish sliced thinly. We use it for decoration or eat it! I will have the last bite of an octopus first. And I will finish with seagra pes. Wow, I enjoyed it as usual. Hongsi, you guys know I love you right?! Now, I will say goodbye to you all. An nyung~!

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