2018 Project 365, Day 43: Early Valentine Date

Photo #43: February 12

Early Valentine date with my valentine for 8 years hihi! I love him and Korean ice cream!



2017 Project 365, Day 269: Don Day

Photo #269: September 26

First time to try Don Day, and I loved it!!! Thank you for the recommendation, Viel!!! Let’s eat here again!!



2017 Project 365, Day 181: Samgyupsal Face!

Photo #181: June 30

I take my samgyupsal seriously. =p Didn’t notice how rosy my cheeks were until Leo told me so hihi! So that’s what 3 days of complete sleep can do! I also noticed that my eye bags were significantly less pronounced. However, such nice facial skin is only short-lived as tomorrow’s a new month, which means I’ll be waking up early and sleeping late for at least 3 weeks. Push! But of course, I won’t forget to eat well! ^^



2016 Project 365, Day 331: RareJob Materials Team

Photo #331: November 26

In the future, if ever I decide to be a RareJob Philippines, Inc. employee, I will want to apply for the Materials Team because most of the work-related e-mails I send concern them. Glad to have found a few friends from the team as well. Thank you for visiting Marikina again, guys! Next time, let’s invite you-know-who. Lols =p word of the day: CHUNKY! 😀



2016 Project 365, Day 129: Happy Mi Dai!

Photo #129: May 8

Finally ate at Mi Dai Korean Restaurant with some of The Food Crawlers, and we had fun taking turns at grilling our unlimited samgyupsal! Happy Mi Dai! 😀



2016 Project 365, Day 94: Mi Dai Korean Restaurant Marikina

Photo #94: April 3

Tried a new dining establishment along Rainbow Street: Mi Dai Korean Restaurant. They have unlimited pork samgyupsal for only P290! That already includes unlimited lettuce, iced tea, rice, and banchan (side dishes), plus 1 serving of soup and 1 Melona ice cream stick! They also have unli beef samgyupsal for P450 or a mix of pork and beef for the same price. I can’t wait to go back and try their ala carte Korean dishes! Meogja! ^^ (Rainbow is one of the side streets along Lilac – just turn sa may Chinabank; Mi Dai is right beside Casa Feliz).