Taste of Seoul

Korean Street Food is a must try! During our trip, we end up trying all these street food for dinner. My favorite is this hand-made fish cake with hotdog or sausage inside. One stick is not enough… Tip: Street food is more expensive in tourist areas, try same yummy stuff at half-the-price, on places like near train station, market or sidewalk.

Sweet Cakes

Sweet Cakes

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Fish Cakes

Fish Cakes

French Fry Corn Dogs

French Fry Corn Dogs

Hotdog wraps in fiscake

Hotdog wraps in fiscake

My Favorite

My Favorite

Peeled Chestnuts

Peeled Chestnuts

One thing that I first noticed when we arrived in Seoul, is that Coffee Shops and Bakeshops thrive in this city. Some are familiar like Tous Le Jour, Seattles, Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts… So, we make sure we try breads, deserts, cakes, waffles, pretzels and croissant.

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We also tried Korean dishes, ni hindi namin alam ni Jell, kung ano ang ino-order namin. Basta mukhang masarap sa picture, order lang ng order.

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Syempre, nag fast food din kme, pinaka-famous na fast food chain sa Korea, is Lotteria. Para siyang Jollibee sa Pilipinas.

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Syempre, kahit sobrang lamig, we tried this J Stick Frozen Yogurt! Masarap sya in-fairness.

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2 thoughts on “Taste of Seoul

    • J stick yogurt is all over Insadong 🙂 thanks lee! I read your post, i cant believe they served the dogs like that, pigs are served like what you have in the photo here in Philippines… How was your dog experience?

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