10 best Myeongdong street foods

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10 best Myeongdong street foods
If you are into all things Korea, then you are probably no stranger to Myeongdong. Indeed, visiting Myeongdong is one of the top things to do in Seoul. Myeongdong is not only Seoul’s shopping mecca, but also a street food paradise for food lovers.

The pedestrian-friendly streets are lined with rounds of Korean foods. Myeondong is one of the best places for you to enjoy a Seoul night dining tour to the fullest. Here are some of the most popular dishes at Myeongdong. 
  • 1. Korean Egg Toast

    1. Korean Egg Toast1. Korean Egg Toast

    The most popular shop at Myeongdong is Issac Toast which can attract queues that last an hour. But you should be able to find these elsewhere. The Korean Egg Toast comes with thinly shredded vegetables, spam and sprinkled with sugar at the end.

  • 2. Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)

    2. Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)2. Tteokbokki (Spicy Rice Cakes)

    Also known as tokkbokki, ddeokbokki, topokki, these are cylinder-shaped rice cakes cooked in gochujang – a sweet, spicy red pepper sauce. It can be served in a bowl with ingredients such as egg, noodles or cheese, or in a stick. You almost find Tteokbokki everywhere.

  • 3. Hotteok (Sweet Korean Pancake)

    3. Hotteok (Sweet Korean Pancake)3. Hotteok (Sweet Korean Pancake)

    Pronounced ‘ho-tok’, Hotteok is a popular Korean street food made from a simple yeast dough with a sweet syrupy filling made with brown sugar, cinnamon and walnuts. It makes a tasty snack or dessert, and could even be enjoyed at breakfast! Eaten hot off the griddle, it is extremely popular during winter months.

  • 4. Odeng / Eomuk Tang

    4. Odeng / Eomuk Tang4. Odeng / Eomuk Tang

    These are fishcake on skewers served with hot broth. Best to have these skewers during the cold weather when you can keep warm by holding a cup or bowl in your hands. “Odeng” is derived from the Japanese word of “Oden”, while “Eomuk” is the native Korean word. “Tang” refers to soup.

  • 5. Gimbap

    5. Gimbap5. Gimbap

    Gimbap or kimbap is like a sushi roll, made from steamed white rice (bap) and various other ingredients such as vegetables and pickles, rolled in gim and served in bite-size slice. The Korean street version is usually pre-made and wrapped in plastic.

  • 6. Tteokgalbi Meatballs

    6. Tteokgalbi Meatballs6. Tteokgalbi Meatballs

    Tteokgalbi is a classic Korean dish made from beef ribs. The meat is minced and pounded on the bone, marinated in a sweet savoury sauce, then rolled into balls then deep-fried.

  • 7. Jajangmyeon

    7. Jajangmyeon7. Jajangmyeon

    Jajangmyeon is a Korean-Chinese noodle dish topped with a thick sauce made of chunjang (a salty black soybean paste when unheated), diced pork and vegetables. The sauce of this dish is deliciously spicy and sweet.

  • 8. Spicy Chicken Skewers (Dakkkochi)

    8. Spicy Chicken Skewers (Dakkkochi)8. Spicy Chicken Skewers (Dakkkochi)

    A type of Korean chicken kebab served on a stick. The meat is cut into narrow slices, grilled, then brushed on with spicy-sweet sauce.

  • 9. Bulgogi Beef and Japchae

    9. Bulgogi Beef and Japchae9. Bulgogi Beef and Japchae

    Korean stir fried beef noodles with vegetables. Japchae is a type of Korean glass sweet potato noodles, stir fried in sesame oil with vegetables, flavoured with soy sauce, and sweetened with sugar.

  • 10. Omelette Pancake

    10. Omelette Pancake10. Omelette Pancake

    This dish is a combination of fried pork belly (taste almost like bacon) or chicken with cabbage, wrapped in a pancake, then topped with sunny side. Warning: Consumption may be messy.

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