Well, I was expecting donkatsu (pork cutlet) and I ordered Devante chamchi jigae (tuna and kimchi soup). Instead, a fish soup arrived to my surprise! Apparently the slight tonal difference in my pronunciation of donkatsu resulted in the fish soup. It was still delicious but I was ready for some deep fried pork cutlet action!
Anyways, fast forward two days later to Saturday. Devante was feeling a bit under the weather so once again I decided to test the lines and order Korean delivery--this time to our officetel. I called using our cellphone, told them our address, ordered a donkatsu and another soup to help soothe Devante's sore throat (she lost her voice for one day--but has now recovered to 90%), listened to them confirm our order, and hung up the phone...
...15 minutes later, our doorbell rings! Eureka! It was a great feeling being able to order Korean delivery (and actually getting it right for once)!
The moment I opened the door, the delivery guy just starts unloading all the food and sides on the floor. See that green bag? Once you've devoured everything, throw everything into the bag and leave it outside your door. Someone will pick up the bag eventually:
These dishes are hermetically sealed...look at this bowl of soup for example, half the roll was used (overkill in my opinion...don't you agree?)!
The best part about ordering delivery? You guessed it...NO DISHES! :)
Bonus picture: here's a night shot (my apologies, it's not my best) for all you Homever lovers out there...enjoy!