Jennie G, of Not Just Kimchi, sent me another picture from Seoul, where the coffee culture is growing by leaps and bounds. I suppose you could say that coffee is making a big splash in the country, at least at this café.
Two more interesting translations. I know some people who would like to have "infiniti" hair (I think).
There were a couple of interesting signs at the breakfast buffet the other day:
A better translation would probably be "crispy sausages". . . .
I couldn't figure out why they would translate the left one as "mushroom rape" until I got home and looked up the characters. The one on the left is referring to rapeseed, the brassica plant similar to collard greens. It was fried mushrooms and greens. I still haven't figured out the one on the right. . . .
"Angeously waiting for a perfect arrive o..of you
Wonder L'm one of you when I first look in your eyes
Although beaury of love in my life with one lool come true
Said I ooh wuhwoo yes"
(Sorry about the focus on the picture)
Chinglish T-Shirt Philosophy:
"Anyone Who Doesn't Believe In Miracles Is Not A Realist. The greatest victory had been to be able to live with myself, to acsent [sic] my shortcomings and those of others."