Seoul’s 10 Best Street Foods
Seoul is not only well-known for its beautiful scenery sites in Korean dramas but also has its reputation as the “street food paradise” for hungry souls. So once step in Seoul, you definitely should get a taste of it. Here are 10 must-try dishes for you.
Dakkochi is Korean spicy chicken skewers grilled with onion. The meat is soft and juicy with BBQ flavor. You can eat with a variety of sauces.
The food is very fun to eat. It is a whole potato sliced into a giant spiral and skewered evenly on either a wooden stick or a sausage. Tornado potatoes are pretty much like crunchy, salty potato chips.
Kimbab is very popular all over the world so you probably tried it before. This “Korean sushi” contains a sheet of seaweed coating rice and pickled veggies, slices of eggs, ham or whatever can be.
Bungeoppang is fish-shaped waffle with red bean feeling inside.
This is a popular Korean food made from soft rice cake, a fish cake that braised in sweet red chili sauce. It can be very chili but you can ask the chef to reduce the level of the spiciness.
Beondegi is a must-try food for adventurous travelers who are not hesitating from trying insects. Beondegi is steamed pupas that have been well seasoned.
French fried corn dog
French fried corn dog is the combination of crispy French fries, soft bread and delicious sausage then baked until it turns yellow like the color of corn.
Sunday is s traditional street food of Korea. It is a kind of blood sausage, which is made by steaming cow or pig’s intestines stuffed with many ingredients.
Skewered with a wooden stick, the crunchy and sweet waffle baked to perfect golden yellow is topped with whipping cream, colorful chocolates and different sauces.
This kind of Korean dumplings can be in the fried version or the steamed one. Inside is a mixture of minced meat, tofu, and spices.