TRAVELS: STREET FOOD IN MYEONG-DONG, Seoul, Korea

TRAVELS: STREET FOOD IN MYEONG-DONG, Seoul, Korea

GRILLED SAUSAGES

HORSE CHESTNUTS, DRIED OCTOPUS, POTATOES, AND CORN
PANCAKES

DRIED FISH PASTE

CHICKEN SKEWERS

SPICY RICE CAKES, SQUID SKEWERS AND TEMPURA

SNAILS AND SQUID SKEWERS

CHICKEN KEBAB

DRIED SQUID
We recently visited Korea for the first time and experienced a major food fest during our trip.  I have never eaten so much in such a short amount of time, so here is the first post sharing all the amazing eats Seoul has to offer. 
We stayed near Myeong-Dong, an insanely busy pedestrian area popular with tourists and shoppers.  This is where you will find a vast selection of street food that is served into the after dinner hours.  Koreans are very into their squid and cuttle fish, you can literally eat it raw and still moving, so the dried variety is a popular choice at the various street stalls.  I recommend trying the spicy rice cakes, freshly grilled sausages, and skewered sweetcorn.  As a person who is obsessed with trying new food/dishes I wouldn’t fault any of the options they had on offer.  Definitely a perfect lively place for late night snacks.

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