When I'm tired from work and don't like to feel like cooking, I usually order some food. Also, if I want to be free from cooking specially on weekends or just craving for something yummy, I also pick the restaurants booklet and dial the number.
Today, we decided to have kimchi bossam. Kimchi Bossam is pork eaten with sweet and fresh kimchi. The kimchi is newly-made and it is sweeter than the normal kimchi. Like samgyopsal, kimchi bossam is also eaten with vegetables. Get a piece of lettuce leaf, put some pork, garlic and chilli pepper dipped with seasoned bean paste, and then kimchi and wrap.
Kimchi Bossam usually comes with bibim kuksu (noodles mixed with hot chilli pepper and some vegetables) for appetizer.