Sunday, September 22, 2013
Chuseok Fiesta @ Our Apartment
So many wines to choose from. Only that....I couldn't touch one of these.^-
Some people did contribute these arrays of wines for wine lovers to choose from.
What a sight to behold, then...
It's about 6.30 pm and we started pouring into the parking lot where the fiesta was held. Some food were already set on the table, while others were being prepared by the ones in charged.
Yup, this has been our tradition of celebrating Korean Thanksgiving Day (Chuseok) by gathering together at the front yard of our apartment.
People started to come down from their apartment and mingled with the others.
The flags from numerous countries were deliberately hung to 'denote' and 'celebrate' the diversity we had right here in our foreign apartment.
Then...lunch/breakfast no..definitely not breakfast ...neither lunch. it's dinner.
The array of brought-about a.k.a. home made specialties of different nationalities were delectably tasty.
Okay..we were overwhelmed by the varieties of food "laid" on the table...
But when it comes to eating time, we didn't mind. We're like in heaven.
Barbecue, spaghetti, pasta, bread, cakes, peanut, pudding, from different countries were present to suit any palate and taste...
Most of foreign professors did contribute their own specialties...
a sense of being in one community was what brought us together
a truly characteristics of the HUFS professors & students in the apartment.
*So, how's Chuseok this weeekkk?"
#WEll, one thing for sure, it was quite breathtaking....to dig into all of those food alone.