Tonight, I tried making two different things for dinner:
First, tuna kimbap (Recipe linked), which is basically sushi but without raw fish. It is a pretty common, cheap meal in Korea, and a lot of people bring it on picnics. I even got to use my fancy new bamboo mat to roll it up. Whee!
mandu guk (Recipe linked), or "dumpling soup." I've made Chinese potstickers before, but this recipe was slightly different. The filling called for pork, beef, and tofu. Every time I make dumplings, I think to myself, "I will never do this again!" because it is labor intensive to sit alone and fold 60+ dumplings by hand. The results are always worth it though.
All in all, I was very pleased with this dinner. And just like all the meals we had in Korea, I was really, really full from the volume of food in my stomach. (I've decided that Korean food is awesome because I ate until I was really full all the time, but I still lost a little bit of weight. It probably helped that I ran around Namsan several times.)
Speaking of Namsan, here is the elevation chart from one of my runs:
Today, I ran six miles. It was rather humid and hot. Here are my splits: