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It’s not easy to walk up to a complete stranger, camera in hand, and ask to take a photo. At the beginning, it felt awkward… and scary. But, most of the time, a simple hello and a smile meets another genuine smile. Usually people agree to photos, and we start chatting. Sometimes it’s a no, and we still chat. I am learning so much about people in my own city, on my travels, and (most surprisingly) about myself.


"We just opened a brick and mortar version of the food truck. It's... a lot of work. I mean, I love it. But it's a lot of work."

“I used to sell dental implants, and my job transferred me here. I was watching a TV show on food trucks, and I had an idea. So, I started researching it all. Maybe I shouldn't say this, but I didn't have prior culinary experience. When I started, there were days when I had no sales. It was discouraging. I started to get tired of educating people. It’s Korean and Mexican fusion, so we have tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and a kimchi hotdog. They would scratch their heads, “What is kimchi?” So I stopped adding it; there was no demand. But I stuck with it, and now people request it.”