Last January 26, 2013 I was in Boracay with my sister and a friend. Luckily, some of the cast of Please Be Careful with my Heart were also there. We met Aizza Seguerra, Tom Rodriguez and Sylvia Sanchez.
Please Be Careful with my Heart is a toprating daytime drama series in the Philippines. And of course… we took advantage of the event and ask them to have a picture with us. 😀
Wow. I am already 29 years old.. Time flies so fast… I was actually planning to post something special… I thought of writing about the things I like, the places I’ve been to, etc.. but I didn’t have much time. Last week I had a pre-birthday celebration and went to Boracay. When I came back, I was so busy editing the pics (I am not done yet) and I also need to go back to work.. I was absent for three days.
Today, there were a lot of people who greeted me and posted their greetings on my Facebook timeline. I was just amazed. I actually replied to each of them. I hope I did! 😉 Just now, I just posted something on my FB wall. It’s my way of thanking everyone and God for all the wonderful years that happened in my life. I just wanna share that message here.. I am not a good writer but I hope you’d find time to read it and be inspired (even a little). Here’s the post!
I wanted to copy and post it here but I think it’s better to screenshot it. 😉
I also got a lot of beautiful presents from my family and friends. I actually posted them in Instagram. If you want you can follow my instagram account and just search “jazperjay”.
Life is so beautiful. Thank you Lord for everything! 😀
Bibimbap is one of my favorite Korean dishes. Bibimbap literally means “Mixed Rice“. Bibimbap is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with sautéed and seasoned vegetables and gochujang (chili pepper paste). A raw or fried egg and sliced meat (usually beef) are common additions. The ingredients are stirred together thoroughly just before eating. It can be served either cold or hot. I like it hot. 🙂
Somang Kim Chi Restaurant is the only restaurant in Davao where I eat Bibimbap. It is located infront of Victoria Plaza at JP Laurel Avenue, Davao City. It’s not that I think they have the best Bibimbap but that’s the nearest Korean Restaurant from my office. hahaha
Anyway, their Bibimbap costs 100 pesos and Dolsot Bibimbap is 120 pesos. The difference between ordinary Bibimbap and Dolsot Bibimbap are:
Dolsot Bibimbap uses Hot Pot Ordinary Bibimbap just uses an ordinary Bowl
Dolsot uses Raw Egg Ordinary Bibimbap uses Fried Egg
And the best things about eating in a Korean Restaurant are the Side Dishes. Yes! The side dishes will complete your Korean experience.