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Send-Off Begins at a Sushi Belt Resto

This Sushi Belt experience deserves a blog post for 2 reasons:

  1. LeRuof had always wanted to eat in a sushi belt set-up. He was fascinated by the rolling small plates and by the diners picking up whichever they want to eat.
  2. LeRuof is leaving for a 5-days, 4-nights ski camp at Yongpyeong Ski Resort.

Our 10-year old never had a sleep-over before (don’t count the cousin sleep-overs a block away in the Philippines during vacation). All his friends, their parents and his teachers know that. In fact, he wasn’t allowed to join the ski camp until after the deadline for submission of names had passed already. And the only reason he was allowed to finally go join the school-organised ski camp was because his Daddy wasn’t able to make it on time for our Alpensia Lunar New Year vacation. His business trip was extended (not new to us!). That was a huge disappointment (we booked as early as October last year) but we had to cancel because I know my children will not enjoy it without their Daddy. It was a blessing in disguise for him, though. Hubby finally consented to him joining since we can’t make true our promise of a great ski vacation.

The moment LeRuof and DeFourth learned that we were going to go to a sushi belt restaurant, they wanted to video their experience (first-timers!) and upload a video for their #PalomoBrothers Youtube Channel. They asked to have their own Youtube channel last week and I… consented!

Here’s their video (all edits done by 10-year old LeRuof) and they’re quite shy about the quality… What do you expect then from a 7-year old and a 10-year old?

My second one, DeFourth, can’t contain himself most of the time. He still had a lot in his mouth and he would still be getting more. I had fun watching these 2. How they have grown.

Here’s sending all our love for our Firstborn! (I’m new to Instagram, too! How’s that.. lol)

We will be missing him… Off to 5-days, 4-nights #skicamp @ #yongpyeongskiresort

A photo posted by Wendyflor (@wendyflor_40) on

You deserve that and more.

The Sushi Belt restaurant is located at:

Name: Donghaedo/동해도

Address: 14-15, Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu | B1F, Anwo Bldg., Seoul, South Local name 동해도

Local address:  영등포구 여의도동 14-15 안워빌딩 지하 1층

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3 thoughts on “Send-Off Begins at a Sushi Belt Resto

  1. Your sons’ video editing skills are not bad at all! And the “end credits” make the whole thing amazing. Hahaha. I tend to avoid conveyer belt sushi cuz I end up spending WAY more money than I intended to, but have a few good 1000-2000 won/plate ones around and go crazy at those. 🙂 Hope the ski trip and first sleepover is a big success!! 🙂
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  2. Sushi belts can be so fun! Scott and I had a local favorite our first year in Korea and it was all you can eat. We would always over eat and be in pain the rest of the night, but it never stopped us from going back and doing it all over again! haha! Your son is so cute, hope he had an awesome ski trip and glad he got to check out a sushi belt before he left!

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