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Now that we have moved to Johor Bahru, there are so many street food that we miss in Korea. Here is each of our favourite street food and we hope that you can try them out when you have a chance to visit Korea!

Tteokbokki (떡볶이)

Also known as stir-fried rice cake, Tteokbokki is one of the most common Korean street food. I believe that you can find it in almost every food street market in Korea. They are chewy, sweet and spicy at the same time. As it is very simple to cook Tteokbokki, I always make this myself as a late night snack. I will teach you how to cook it next time! –Jennifer

Hotteok (호떡)

One of the Korean street food that I miss is Hotteok. It is my favourite childhood snack. Hotteok is a sweet pancake with brown sugar filling inside, making it sweet and savoury. I love pairing it with a glass of cold milk. Please make sure to eat them while they’re hot. –Jane

Bungeoppang (붕어빵)

As a dessert lover, my favorite is Bungeoppang. It is a fish shaped pastry stuffed with sweet red bean paste. The thing is, I don’t understand why are they always in the shape of a fish. If I were to sell Bungeoppang, I will make them in other shapes such as Doraemon, or perhaps dinosaur – wouldn’t that be more interesting? –Jacob

Ojingeo-twigim (오징어튀김)

Do you love seafood? If you do, you must try Ojingeo-twigim. It is a dish made of deep fried squid and is very common among street vendors in Korea. Remember to eat it while it’s crispy. –Rose