I slept fitfully the night prior, following a relatively early return from Junny's marvelous performance. An early awakening enabled construction of Marbled Banana Bread.
The loaf emerged delicious, sturdier than the six (or seven) banana edition with distinctive, cozy spices and irrefutable chocolatey-ness.
Acknowledging the information, we proceeded to explore Yorkville instead.
The Squid Karaage was deemed passable, with a batter of tempura thickness but KFC (Korean Fried Chicken) texture. Two wedges of lemon, sliced radish, an oil-dressed salad, and a tartart sauce-like condiment accompanied the appetizer. The rings were crunchy, albeit greasy, and not exactly memorable.
The specimen emerged a pale, translucent yellow. Refreshing and sweet I had perceived it, though "sanitizer-like" was the commentary received from the non-drinker (non-alcohol appreciator).
- Sea Bass
- Albacore Tuna
- Red Seabream
- Bluefin Tuna
- Black Seabream
Back at the ROM, the doors remained closed. The lineup had extended to the edge of the building, nearing the intersection of Bloor and Queens Park. There were no attendants available for information by the door. The scene had differed from the 5:30 PM re-entry we had been promised. Calling the help desk did provide assistance either, for attendants had ceased responses after the museum's standard operating hours.
Within this period, fellow fans exchanged concert recaps. The Thai ahgase had joined us around the 6PM, after receiving notification of a complimentary ticket from one of my KCON and Kpop North connections.
Be it vocals, dance, or rap, the boys lived up to every ounce of expectation I had garnered from their online presence. And yes, Intak is still my favourite. (Even the Thai ahgase acknowledged his resemblance to Jinyoung!)