Eating through Seoul, Korea for 8 days – particularly Namdaemun Market, Myeongdong, and Dongmun Market. Here are the 23 Must Eat Korean Street Food In Seoul, Korea!
Number one Korea street food you have to eat is Tteokbokki, spicy rice cakes cooked in gochujang. The rice cakes are chewy and the sauce is sweet and spicy.
Eomuk is the native Korean word and Tang is soup because you are also served a cup of broth with the fishcake skewer.
The sweet fried pastries are coated with sugar and the savory pastries are filled with different kinds of meat.
Korea loves banana milk and you can find these little cartons at every convenience store. There’s also strawberry, and blueberry milk.
I was so surprised by the texture – not slimy but chewy and slightly crunchy. They put a sesame chili oil on the octopus so it’s very flavorful. I highly recommend this!
Mung beans are grounded up and then fried for the mung bean pancakes. Also try the seafood and kimchi pancake too if you see it!