Following the last time, let’s find out 5 more best Korean snacks that you have to eat in Korea.
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6. Bungeoppang (Carp bread)
Bungeoppang is a fish-shaped pastry stuffed with sweetened red bean paste. It is often sold at street stalls, grilled in an appliance similar to a waffle iron, but with fish-shaped molds. Unlike its name, it doesn’t contain cruician carp, but the name of the flour shell containing the red bean resembles crucian carp. Although red bean paste is the standard filling, many ‘bungeoppang’ that are sold as street food are filled with pizza toppings, pastry cream, sweet potatoes, chocolate, and so on.
7. Hotteok (Korean pancake)
8. SongpyeonSongpyeon is a traditional Korean food made of glutinous rice. It is a type of ‘tteok’, small rice cakes, traditionally eaten during the Korean autumn harvest festival, ‘Chuseok’. It became a popular symbol of traditional Korean culture. Remove the rice flour from the rice and mix it with the appropriate size. Add sesame seeds, beans, mung beans, and chestnuts into a half-moon shape, spread the pine needles, steam, rinse, and rain the sesame oil.
It is a drink I enjoyed as a dessert. Sikhey is believed to aid digestion; it contains dietary fiber and anti-oxidants. It was regularly served to royalty after meals to help digestion.
Dalgona is Korean confectionery which baked soda into baked sugar and baked together. It is a snack that Korean children enjoyed in the middle and late 1900’s because it was cheaper and tastier than ordinary sweets. In the early 21st century, thanks to the retro fashion, I was able to see the newsstand often on the downtown streets like In-sadong in Seoul, and adults also bought more.
Now, I’ve learned Korean traditional snacks and desserts. Those deserts are popular with foreigners not only Koreans. Korea’s global popularity include, K-pop, foods, snacks, and desserts and so on. If you have a chance to go to Korea, please try it!!