It's near summer in Seoul now. I'll miss spring as much as I'll miss winter T_T
But life has to go on... Here I am.. trying to share my last month's strawberry picking experience.
Just like Malaysia, in Korea, fruits are sold depends on the season. Spring means strawberry! Grapes, oriental melons and watermelons are for summer. Fall is the season for apples. Fruits out of season will be pricey than normal (mind that fruits are generally expensive in Korea). In order to get the best price, buy the fruits when the season almost over. At least that's what we did when spring almost over. Instead of just buying them at KRW4-5,000 per 500gram, we decided to go on a strawberry picking date for KRW10,000/pax for 500 gram plus making strawberry cookies! Not that cheap (during peak season it normally costs KRW30,000! whaaat?) but hey you can eat strawberries while picking so strawberry buffet yeayy. *excited*
|Out of Seoul, waiting for the bus. Been waiting for about 20mins, heck let's hail a taxi.|
|But first lemme take a selfie|
|*membanting tulang temulang empat kerat*|
|Hello baby *ngap*|
|Nampak tak muka leave me alone please I mean business here|
|I don't care ey ey ey ey ey *nyanyi lagu |
|4 mangkuk. Lagi 2 dah selamat dalam perut kami masing2 hew hew :3|
Now, the strawberry cookies making! I was worried that we need to give up some of our strawberries to make the cookie dough but no, we just need to bake it. Easy peasy yaw.
|Apparently, not that easy for this guy huh?|
|Spent almost 1 hour to make the shape nice and cute but|
|Mana bentuk comel2 tadi hoiiiii ceit|
|15 minit punya kerja|
The cookies might not look mouthwatering tapi jangan pandang sebelah mata wo. Biskut tu boleh kira macam biskut raya sedap dia. Kurang sikit je sedap dari Famous Amos. Ngeh.
Ok. Sorry for the mix language. These days I can't seem to switch English-Korean-Malay faster than usual. *sigh*
Anyways, let's see if I can update more soon.