Korean Street Food: A Culinary Adventure in Photos


I‘m all about the food in South Korea, as you can tell from my School Lunch Project ;). (That was a joke)… but after yesterday, I thought I’d give you the highlights on what kind of food is actually delicious. There’s so much to explore and (most of it) will make your taste buds explode with joy. I’ll save the talking for this post, and let you bask in the street food excellence Lauren and I experienced at the Suseong Lake festival this week. Nom nom nom.

Be warned, some things may not look as delicious as they are.

Bites of sweet potato goodness!

SweetPotatoBites

Delicious yellow corn:

Corn

Pine nuts roasting on an open flame:

CornNuts

Blood sausage filled with vegetables and noodles. I swear it tastes so good!

BloodSausage
BloodSausage2

Sugary slurpees:

Icy

I’m not really sure what this is… but it looked colorful and juicy:

Beans

Pork and hot dog skewers:

Skewers

Muscles waiting to be devoured:

Muscles

Squid; thank goodness it wasn’t alive!

Octopus

The best corn dogs I’ve ever tasted. They’re covered in french fries, and then dipped in sugar and smothered with ketchup. Strange? yes. Delicious? YEAH!

CornDogs

Korean pancake:

KoreanPancake

Fried chicken in cups, a Korean street food staple:

FriedChicken

What looks the most delicious?

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