This is the Pizza Etang takeout menu. Everyday when we arrive home from work there is a slew of takeout menus taped or magnetized to our apt. door. Some we keep, some we don’t. Pizza Etang was a keeper because some of their menu items were printed in English, always a plus. The phone conversation went like this:
Pizza Girl – said something indecipherable due to the noise in the background and the fact that she was speaking Korean.
Melanie – Pizza?
PG – Ne (Yes)
M – Yongo haseyo (do you speak English)?
PG – Ne (notice, she answers yes to speaking English, in Korean)
M – Hana (one) bulgogi pizza
PG – Ne, extra largeee (they pronounce the e on the end of words as a long e) or reg (regular)
M – Extra largeee please
PG – something else that I didn’t catch
M – Cho-nun han-googo mawt-ham-needa (I don’t speak Korean)
PG – Ne (laughing)
M – Chuso (address) Dong Bu Apart (they don’t say apartment here but just apart)
PG – Ne
M – Dong Bu 106-1102
PG – Ne, 106ah-1102, phoneee numba?
M – (I gave her my phone number)
PG – Ne, something else I couldn’t quite understand
M – Kamsa-hamneeda(Thank you)
Then we hung up, I’ll let you know what arrives…
** Update **
After waiting an hour and a half we realized that our pizza was probably not coming. Not knowing how to call and ask about our order I decided to call Ally and have her call Pizza Etang to inquire in Korean. When I gave her the phone number I called to place our order she laughed and told me I had called the Pizza Etang in Seoul. She then proceeded to call for us and place our order, what a good friend.
The delivery driver knocked about 30 minutes later wearing full mo-ped gear and helmet. $10 later we were eating our delicious bulgogi pizza with pickles on the side. I must say pickles on pizza is better than it sounds.