My lack of local friends has never failed to raise eyebrows. Yet, I am one to believe that friendship oughtn't to possess physical boundaries. The start of a friendship lies not with residential proximity, but rather a shared connection - a fated encounter that interests both and discourages neither. Sometimes, it is a shared fondness for exploring potentially overrated eateries in the city.
In many cases, it is the unyielding affection for our support system: a K-Pop group that deserves nothing but our adoration and admiration.
The seasons had changed when we were reunited, though the fire within remained as passionate as the concert day.
Eighty minutes of coin karaoke equated to fifteen dollars, each song demanding a seventy-five cent fee. Though the booth was warmer than we would have liked, the experience was nonetheless enjoyable.
Thus, we retraced our steps, hopping onto the front steps of The Korean Kitchen.
One bowl in and the concoction was deemed too fiery for comfortable consumption.
Collagen-filled pieces of pork hock were swiftly devoured. It was promptly concluded that The Korean Kitchen's version was far tastier than the saran-wrapped trays from the likes of Galleria or P.A.T.