One Day in Ansan, Several Bicycles, Twelve Lotterias, About W30,000 and Ten Menu Items

Cauvery and I combined bicycles with fast food on Sunday. We rode bikes on the Ansan Unmanned Bike Rental System to visit every Lotteria restaurant in Ansan and order a different item from the menu at each one (except for the ones that were closed). In the map below, green is for the parts we walked and blue is for what we biked.


1. Cheese Sticks at the Ansan Drive-Through Store in Wolpi-Dong

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2. A Crispy Chicken Burger at the Ansan First Store in Seonbu-Dong


3. A large Pepsi at the Seonbu Store in Seonbu-Dong

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 4. Unfortunately the Ansan Station Store next to Ansan Station was closed for construction and is scheduled to re-open next month.

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5. Spicy Potatoes at the Choji Store in Choji-Dong

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** Switching bikes


6. Lemonade at the New City Store in Gojan-Dong

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** The old, abandoned store across the street from the New City Store


*** Cauvery picking out a new bicycle to ride


7. A Wild Shrimp Burger at the Hanyang University Store across from Handae-Ap Station (and actually quite a long way from Hanyang University)

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8. Cauvery broke the rules and ordered two ice-cream Cookie Tornadoes at the Sangroksu Store across from Sangroksu Station.
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9. Squid Rings at the Bono Store in Bono-Dong

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** Dropping off the bikes


10. The Lotte Mart Store was closed because it's inside Lotte Mart, and Sunday was one of the two monthly "voluntary" off days for the national big box discounters.


11. Crab Nuggets at the Gojan Store in Chungang-Dong

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12. Shake Shake Chicken at the Chungang Station Store across from Chungang Station

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Steven Bammel

Steven S. Bammel is president and chief translator/consultant at Korean Consulting & Translation Service, Inc. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington (B.B.A. Economics) and Hanyang University (M.S. Management Strategy), Steven has worked for over twenty years in Korean business and translation. | more about Steven

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