Gyeongdan (Korean rice ball cake)
This is a type of tteok (rice cake) made of glutinous rice or other glutinous cereal flours. Gyeongdan can be made by kneading glutinous rice flour into chestnut-sized balls, then boiling them in water, and coating them with honey, mashed red beans or mung beans, or toasted and ground sesame seeds, etc.
Yakgwa (Honey cookie)
Yakgwa is a type of yumil-gwa. Traditionally, the sweet was offered in a jesa (ancestral rite) and enjoy on festival days such as chuseok (harvest festival)and marriages.
Songpyeon (Rice cake)
Songpyeon is a traditional Korean food which is made from rice powder. It is a type of tteok (rice cake). Similar to yakgwa, songpyeon is eaten during the Korean autumn, chuseok. It has become a popular symbol of traditional Korean culture so far.
Hobak-tteok ( Pumpkin rice cake)
A variety of siru-tteok (steamed rice cake) made by mixing fresh or dried pumpkin with glutinous or non-glutinous rice flour, then steaming the mixture in a siru (rice cake steamer)
Bindaetteok (Mung bean pancake)
It is a type of buchimgae (Korean pancake) that originated in the Pyongan province. Bindaetteok is made by grinding soaked mung beans, adding vegetables and meat and pan-frying it into a round, flat shape.
Maejakgwa (Ginger cookies)
Maejakgwa is a Korean traditional cookie that is very popular. The ingredients are very simple. It combinates 3 kinds of flavors: ginger, cinnamon, and the pine nuts.
Dasik ( Tea cake)
Dasik is a bite-size of hangwa that is normally accompanied by tea. It can be made by kneading grain or other edible seed flour or pollen with honey, then pressing them into a decorative mould called dasikpan.