Eating & Drinking, Seoul
well they taste just about the same as lay's or pringles and costs about 800 won each and is also a good and cheap bar chow when chugging liquor!
They are made by Lotte, a Multinational Company based in Seoul, the taste is about the same as chocolates made in other countries. cost is 1,500 won.
More expensive than regular rice cakes at it cost about 7,000 won for medium a pack and 10,000 won for a large pack.
seoul has less street peddlers than other parts of asia and it is maybe due to the affluence of south koreans. They sell korean sweets as low as 500 won.
It is very Sweet! and very filling, Just eat three and your full! it cost about 6,000 won a big plastic pack!
It is Cooked on Glowing Charcoals. Very tasty but costs 8,000 won (since assorted ban chan (kimchi) side dishes plus rice is included.
Soft, Melt In Your Mouth and Very Sweet Korean Delicacy made from rice and flour starch and powdered with confectionaire sugar!
Korean Chicken Burger ar Left and Spicy Pork Barbecue at Right, Available also on 7-11 stores. Costs 2000 won for burger and 1500 won for Pork Barbecue
This is another liquor made of rice and it's milder than soju. It's called dongdongju and it can get you really tipsy.
Bungeo-ppang gets its name from its fish-like shape. This sweet snack is molded in the shape of a carp, which is called 'bungeo' in Korean.
Yeot is like a Glutinous Rice Jelly ( or Candy ). It is very sweety and sticky, most like of Korean Peoples for this street candy. especially one are Hobak-yeot ( Pumpkin Yeot )
It's just the biggest thrill to walk around markets for me.
Especially food markets.
If you want to get rid of me for couple of hours, just take me to the food market and you're free :))