What do you eat if you go to the Bible Institute in Korea? If you’re there for lunch, you’ll get your usual American dishes: hamburgers, French fries, and chicken tenders. But during other meals, they may try to sneak some bulgogi (Korean marinated, barbecued beef), yakisoba (fried noodles), bi bim bop (Korean beef and veggies), or katsu (Japanese fried chicken) past you.
The Bible Institute serves mostly conventional American foods for breakfast, keeping with the spirit of the Korean school being a satellite of the main U.S. campus, but it also mixes in Asian entrees throughout lunch and most dinners. And for dessert, it’s international tastiness: Rice Krispie treats, cupcakes, make-your-own sundaes, and homemade pie.