SEOUL'S MUST-EAT STREET FOOD


When visitors go to Korea, Seoul if often the top of the list. This bustling city has a lot to offer from attractions, art, fashion, food, and many more.

For those of you who don't know, Seoul is known as the food kitchen of Korea. From starred restaurants, fine dining concepts and delicious cheap eats, Seoul is a heaven for food lovers. When visiting the city, you cannot leave without eating the street food, it's a must! 


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HOTTEOK -  DELICIOUS PANCAKE 

Hotteok is a must eat street food when you want something sweet. Basically Hotteok is a korean pancake with a filling of brown sugar, cinnamon, and peanuts. This sweet is perfect for winter snack too since the pancakes eaten hot, as the filling melts by cooking into a nut-filled sweet syrup. 


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TTEOKBOKKI -  'THE WORLD'S BEST SPICY FOOD'

 For those of you who likes spicy food, this might be it. This Tteokbokki is a popular Korean snack food made from soft rice, fish cake, and red chili sauce. 


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KIMBAP-  KOREAN 'SUSHI' ROLLS

Kimbap is Korea's answer to Japanese maki rolls. So, if you are looking for 'sushi' you could give Kimbap a try! Kimbap is a popular street food option throughout the Korea. Kimbap is made from steamed white rice and various other ingredients (tuna, cheese, pork,etc) rolled in sheets of dried laver seaweed. 

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DAKKOCHI-  DELICIOUS CHICKEN ON A STICK

Now, it's time for chicken lovers. Dakkochi is a chicken skewer which has become a popular street food.

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