Forgive me blog, I haven't been feeling so great so I've been ignoring you. But today is Sunday and that's good. For my Christmas breakfast I was making fish to eat with some rice and kimchi and when I put the fish into the oil, some of the hot oil jumped out of the pan and onto my hand. Check out my "mool jip!"
I love that word - mool jip, which is Korean for blister. It's so cute. Literally it means "water house," which is what a blister is, eh?
Did you know that the Korean word for Jelly's head is "zola jip?" It means "nothing house."
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