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The International Herald Tribune purports that brunching is the new dining trend in Korea.

Why?

That brand spankin’ new five day work week.

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The article also passes on the claim from other newspapers and restaurant owners that there may be 200 restaurants that serve an American style brunch.

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200? Where?

I know of Suji’s, Butterfinger Pancake, and that other one Miss Koco talked about (she loves to brunch). If there were a lot my network would have told me about it, right?

Right?

Are they all hogging the blueberry pancakes?

I wonder if these sources from the IHT are counting the new Paris Baguette Cafes, the ones that now serve “brunch,” which consists of three items: french toast, continental breakfast (croissant), and fried chicken salad. And they never have the bread bowl soup whenever I go there. They just advertise it on big posters in front of the store.

I’m saving my rant on Paris Baguette for later–with photographic evidence.

A croissant a brunch makes not.

Can anyone tell me where these supposed 200 brunch stops are?

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