Spooky Food You Must Try in Halloween!

Spooky Food You Must Try in Halloween!

SPOOKY FOOD FOR HALLOWEEN

Spooky season is around the corner, and why not take it to a whole new level with some spooky and delicious food to impress your family and friends on this scary celebration.

To make this season even more terrifying, we have gathered a list of spooky food that will terrorize your guests, in a good and funny way! Get your favorite horror movie or drama ready and enjoy this perfectly terrifying combination!

Halloween Kimbap

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Get creative with your friends and create spooky monster faces by literally playing with your food!

  • Sticky Rice
  • Roasted Seaweed
  • Eggs
  • Ham/Salmon

Rise Ghosts

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These cute rice ghosts won't take you too much time to make and are adorable.

  • Sticky Rice
  • Vinegar
  • Sesame Oil
  • Seaweed

Zombie Boogers

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Don't worry: no chance of getting infected and becoming a horrible creature with this recipe.

  • Popcorn
  • Matcha Powder

Milkis Eyeballs

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Not everything has to be candy during this season... Let's add a bit of fresh fruit with this spooky lychee drink!

  • Fanta
  • Milkis
  • Lyche

Frankenstein’s Monster Toast

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Easy and fast to prepare, ideal for a terrifying breakfast! All you need is:

  • Bread
  • Avocado
  • Nori Seaweed
  • Radish

Eyeball Eggs

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Perfect companion for the Frankenstein’s Monster toast, these boiled eggs can be prepared at your preference and with ingredients you already have at home.

  • Boiled Eggs
  • Mayonnaise and Mustard (for the filling)
  • Black Olives
  • Food Coloring (for the eyes veins)

Bloody Mary Syringes

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A shot of a nice spooky cocktail, will you or your friends dare to drink blood?

  • Soju
  • Tomato Juice
  • Worcestershire Sauce
  • Hot Sauce
  • Lemon

Restaurants & Cafés

Beside these spooky recipes we also want to share some scary places around Seoul that are worth checking out for Halloween.

The Witch’s Kitchen

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If you see pumpkins and hear frightful music, you've come to the correct location! It features three floors, two of which are used for dining, while the third is a play area with decorations for Halloween that will surely give you goosebumps, you will be surrounded by skeletons, spider webs, and shadows of bodies hanging.

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Additionally, proceed with caution because the restaurant's interior is relatively dark and contains potentially frightening corners, ideal for jump scares. The menu of Witch's Kitchen features a number of sinister foods that range from horrifying and eerie to just adorable, including specialty drinks supplied in IV bags and googly-eyed pasties.

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PO TID

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There is a bistro in Sinchon that eerily resembles Ollivander's Wand Shop, yes, we are talking Harry Potter here, this wizardly themed café is located in Busan, between Seomyeon and Jeonpo metro stations.

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A vintage and cozy place, filled with magic and perfect to enjoy a nice cup of coffee, ice cream or cookies.

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Starbucks

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In Korea, Starbucks shines on Halloween. They are the masters of beauty, from those adorable cups to the weird cocktails prepared especially for festivals. You will have a whole variety of Halloween themed drinks and pastries to chose from. A nice dose of sugar to calm your goosebumps this season.

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So now get ready to enjoy this Halloween season in the best possible way! Let us know in the comments how do you plan to celebrate it! 

Author: SUJI SOHN

About the author: Suji was studying in London in the year 2019 and, although being separated from her family, her passion for Korea was growing. She noticed that a lot of her close friends loved Korean culture, food, music, and dramas and gradually started to fall in love with Korea, but there weren't many opportunities to actually "experience" this wonderful nation!

Suji was aware of what she needed to do to introduce Korea to her friends' lives and, conceivably, to those of everyone else who was curious about a piece of Daehan Min-guk.

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