A Food Itinerary Based On Netflix's "To All The Boys: Always And Forever"
For your future trip to Seoul and New York City!
To All The Boys: Always And Forever, the third and last installment of the Netflix trilogy, has finally dropped on Netflix just in time for the long weekend and Valentine's Day.
For those who haven't read the books, the premise of the third installment revolves around Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) as she prepares for her last year in high school and the start of adulthood.
In To All The Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean takes two life-changing trips, one is to her mother's homeland, South Korea, where she wanted to know more about her roots. She was joined by her sisters Margot (Jannel Parrish) and Catherine (Anna Cathcart), her father Dr. Dan Covey, and his love interest (yes, the neighbor), Trina Rothschild (Sarayu Blue).
The second trip is to New York City and falls in love with the Big Apple and finds herself imagining a life in the city.
As for the fate of Lara Jean and Peter's relationship, you'd have to watch the movie on Netflix to know what will happen because we're here mainly to talk about the food as seen in the film.
Here we list down all the food moments and the food spots in South Korea and New York City for when the pandemic is all over and we can start traveling again.
Greem Café, South Korea: Cupcakes
Gwangjang Market, South Korea: Dumplings and Soup
Myeondong, South Korea: Street Food
Levain Bakery, New York City: Cookies
Little Cupcake Bakeshop, New York City: More Cupcakes
Magnolia Bakery, New York City: More Cupcakes
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