Sunday, January 28

Korean BBQ and Art

On Friday night, we decided to try the Korean/Japanese restaurant that's up the hill from us. We'd heard okay things about it, but I have to say, it was one of the stranger dining experiences I have had. They seated us under one of the stereo speakers for starters. And they played a lot of Japanese pop music. Then they randomly switched to the soundtrack from Grease. Don't get me wrong, I love the music from Grease, but maybe not so much when dining. In a Korean restaurant. It was bizarre. Anyway, we ordered a few appetizers and Korean BBQ.

korean bbq

It was okay, but definitely not the best Korean food I've ever had. Nonetheless, I am glad we checked out the place. I'd always been curious about it and well, now I know.

From there, we headed downtown to SPACE Gallery. It was the art crawl night downtown, and man, it was hopping. I don't think I've ever seen so many people downtown at night before. SPACE was packed which made it slightly difficult to focus on the art, but I think we saw most of it.

My favorite piece was the one by Maya Hayuk (above). She's awesome. In retrospect, I wish we'd stayed there longer and watched more of the video work, but alas, it was so crowded, we couldn't deal. Anyway, it was a great show and you should check it out while it's up.

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