Eating like a Sumo: Sumo-sam experience

Paul was hungry. He said so while we were seating in Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf. “I’m hungry. Aren’t you?” Honestly, I was full after eating 떡볶이 (tteokbokki) for lunch. So I tipped my head to the left and answered, “So-so.” He smiled a bit shyly and claimed, “Well, I’m on a diet.” Then he laughed. I followed. It was so funny. “We can go and find something to eat,” I offered. He stood up and replied, “Let me go to restroom first.” Of course, I nodded my assent. When he went back, we focused ourselves to one of the Read More …