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Korean Street Foods

Here is a compilation of some of the most common street foods found in Korea. I'm craving all of these right now! Especially 순대~ Below are the Korean texts. Please feel free to utilize Google Translate to hear how they're pronounced :) 1) 순대 2) 떡볶이 3) 호떡 4) 튀김 5) 계란빵 6) 오뎅 7) 붕어빵/잉어빵
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@aero2042 really really want hoddeuk right about now hahah.. do you know what the difference between #7 is?? between the boonguhbbang and eenguhbbang? don't they both have red bean paste??
어묵꼬치를 오뎅이라고 하기는 하지만 어묵이라고 순화시켜서 말하는게 좋을 것 같아요!
Hmm... It's not just pig blood. It's actually pig intestines stuffed with cellophane noodles. It may not look very appetizing, but I think it's really good. I sometimes find myself craving for it. It's a very simple dish that comes with a side of salt to dip it in. Although there are some people who don't like it, I think it's very delicious for a quick meal :P
so its made of blood? whenever I see them eating it in movies and dramas I just dont get! lol
yummy! bashistoyo!
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