Yesterday was my sister’s birthday. When she got home, she brought 2 cake boxes with her.
They were presents from her friends. I think it is a weird culture of theirs, that they don’t share cakes and instead just bring it home like other normal presents.
Anyway Yah for me~ 🙂 I am not that fond of sweet things such as cakes, but I had some with my friend at the coffee shop (I took some of the cake when I met my friend, the coffee shop doesn’t sell cakes and it is a charity coffee shop, so they didn’t seem to mind, I hope).
This is a picture of the cakes I had today (before I cut it – It is the smallest size and cheapest you can get in Korea.). My sister had a piece of the chocolate cake yesterday.
One is sponge cake with fresh cream on top (Probably about 10,000 won- US $10.55), the other one is chocolate sponge cake (about 9,000 won -US $9.50)
It was quite nice with coffee. (I don’t drink coffee but coffee is the smartest choice from that shop.)
Paris Baguette is the most popular bakery in Korea. Typically there is one in every town. If you are European or Australian, you wouldn’t like Paris Baguette much, because their bread is usually sweet, even the garlic bread.