Foodie

Where to Eat when in Pampanga: Oppa Korean Restaurant

Anyeong!

With the increase of Koreans visiting the Philippines and the addition of die hard K-Drama and K-pop fanatics, you must have noticed that Korean restaurants are popping up everywhere.  Korean Restaurants in all shapes and sizes have been sprouting out in the city, whichever place you go. If you happen to be visiting Angeles City in Pampanga, you might want to check out Oppa Korean Restaurant, which is one of the frequently visited Korean restaurants in the Pampanga.

My friends and I checked it out and here’s the verdict.

Likes

  • WiFi
  • Unlimited Coffee and Kimchi
  • Food is delicious
  • Affordable

Dislikes

  • Poor Customer Service
  • Slow serving
  • They forgot our order

Fun F*cts:

Oppa ( 오빠 ) or older brother. It is used by girls when addressing older guys. This is also by girls to show affection with the older guy.

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Overall, Oppa Korean Restaurant is must visit place for Korean foodies. I enjoyed the food a lot and certainly worth the wait.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Travel

I ♥ Pampanga – The Walking Street

Side Trip

As a side trip of our Air Balloon Sightseeing in Pampanga, my friends and I decided to check out Pampanga’s Red Light District, the Walking Street or Fields Avenue. This place is totally filled with foreigner and expats who are into drinking and the nightlife.

For those male expats and foreigners wanting to go bar hopping or a color night life, this street in Angeles, Pampanga should not be missed out.  Here you can find a wide range of nightclubs, where you see women outside in their skimpy clothes inviting men to go and visit their clubs.

However, this street is not just about night clubs and bars, you can also find  mouth-watering restaurants that you can visit. However, if you are not into sexy girls and bars and drinks, you may not be very fond of this place.

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One of the bars at the Walking Street

 

F*n Facts:

Fields Avenue is derived from the traditional military practice of naming roads around airfields, this used to be called as Clark Field Avenue. It’s also tagged as the “Sin City” of the Philippines.

 

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Insert my pretty friends^^

That’s all for now, ’till next time fret!

About

First I♥Blog Post

Hi, Frets!

 My name is Dawn. I’m currently working for a BPO company for ten years now. Since I was a child, I’ve always want to travel around the world. Although, I have not done that yet but I’m hoping to do so in the future (fingers crossed). I’ve started a blog multiple times but never had the time to set it up and make it at as presentable.

I’m always good with starting something but eventually I’ll grew tired of it and leave it behind.  I don’t want to put my memory to waste, since I’m super forgetful. In my mind I’ll always say, “I’ll do this. I’ll make my blog like this. I’ll make it perfect. I won’t post yet because it’s like this,” but saying all those excuses, ended up not having updated my blog at all. In the end, decided to delete that. This time I’m starting from scratch, so please bear with me, you’ll see some bits of pieces here and there but I will definitely post something. I’m looking forward to posting my life experiences with you.

♥Dawn ^^