Korea quarantine day 5 breakfast

It looks like most of my floor is empty now. There’s one person next to my room but the rest of the floor meal baskets are empty. Maybe this is why the wifi is better today.

Anyway, breakfast!

The typical 1/3 bagel is joined by a 1/2 slice of multigrain, two eggs (hard boiled, I hope), more sliced sausage, salad, vegetable soup (note that they provide no bowls), salad dressing, butter, and jam.

Also in my basket is my quested restock of tea and coffee sachets.


Note to self: find out the Korean version of that

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