(Not) Free Food: Kimchi, Cassoulet, and an Identity Crisis Waiting to Happen
Written by Bwog Staff
Tired of constantly having to choose between Le Monde and Mill Korean for a viewbook-worthy ethnic meal? Columbia’s French Cultural Society and Korean Students Association have teamed up to solve all your problems with Parisian Seoul, a sit-down and/or take-away dinner with both French and Korean specialties. For drinkers of the world, the event will also feature free wine, soju, and beer.
Parisian Seoul will take place from 7 to 10 pm on Ancell Plaza, the elevated courtyard between EC and SIPA. Bring an open mind.
Update, 6:12 PM: Whoops, our bad. It’s not free after all. $5 for a small plate and $8 for a large. The first commenter below informs us that the alcohol is free. It’s probably rationed as well.