About a week ago, my boss asked me if I wanted a bibimbap for lunch. I spent the whole week wondering how a burning bowl of bibimbap could be delivered to my desk, well I got my answer today.
The boxes were delivered from Tamachan, a very small Korean restaurant located between Sanwa and the village of Jinseki which is about 10 km from my work place.
It took me a couple of minutes to figure out what was inside the wooden boxes. The smell which came out of them revealed their content.
The wooden boxes actually kept the food pretty hot. They reminded me of the dabbawala system used in India.
Bibimbap is one of my favorite food and this delivery system is very cool.
It’s not a big meal, but it’s a lot better than my average school lunch.