What’s Inside the November Seoulbox: Seoul Streets?

What’s Inside the November Seoulbox: Seoul Streets?

NOVEMBER SEOULBOX: SEOUL STREETS

Seoulmates! we have something special prepared just for you on this season, we invite you to try some of Korea's most delicious snacks town! Right now our Black Friday and Cyber Monday sale is going on. It will last till November 30, so hurry up and grab 25% off! Awesomeness here!

It’s that time of year: exams, colder weather, another year almost over. You might be feeling cold, hungry, or both as you walk home from work or school. What you need is some Korean street food – or the next best thing: our Seoulbox.

Every month, we showcase a piece of Korean culture through our boxes. This November, we bring you to “Seoul Streets” and give you a taste of what Korea’s street foods (길거리 음식)

have to offer. Let’s look inside!

Hotteok Fishcake Bun (호떡 품은 참붕어빵): Hotteok is a filled pancake that’s a common Korean treat during the winter. The cinnamon and brown sugar flavors will brighten your day.

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Twisted Donut “Kkwabaegi” (우리 보리 꽈배기): A classic pastry found at street vendors and in bakeries. This kkwabaegi is made by Pyunsik Factory which uses local grains. Eat drizzled with honey or dipped in chocolate sauce.

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Kaya Butter ShortBread (카야버터 숏브레드): This coconut shortbread cookie is filled with kaya (coconut) jam. It’s just what you need to satisfy your sweet tooth.

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Yummy Puffs (맛뻥): This popular Korean snack will bring a smile to your face. Crispy and crunchy, it’s even better with coffee.

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Sable Butter Cookie (사브레): Inspired by French shortbread. Another delicious snack for your afternoon tea or coffee.

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21 Crispy Roll (21 곡물과자): A healthy snack made with 21 grains and a cream cheese flavor. A popular snack for school, work, or exercise.

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Stubborn Sweet Potato Chips (무뚝뚝 고구마칩): Roasted sweet potato is a classic Korean winter street food. Open this bag of chips, made with thick-cut sweet potatoes, and you’ll see why!

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Korean Fried Chicken Chips (꼬끼오 스낵): You know what’s better than Korean fried chicken? Korean fried chicken chips! These chips look like and taste just like drumsticks. Pull them out next time you’re craving some chikin (치킨).

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Creamy Chili Sauce Potato Chips (오감자 대왕 찍먹 크리미 칠리 소스맛): Meet your new favorite potato chips. Twice as big as your regular chips, they come with a creamy chili dipping sauce.

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Kimchi Fried Rice Nooroongji (김치볶음밥 포켓 누룽지): Nooroongji (scorched rice) is a classic Korean snack. Here, you have it combined with kimchi. We recommend that you heat it up with cheese on top for extra flavor.

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Noodles Fit Eomuktang (Fishcake Soup; 누들핏 어묵탕맛): Eomuk, or fishcakes, are a staple of Korean street food. They can be skewered and boiled in broth or deep-fried. You can now experience the fishy goodness at home with this soup!

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Tteokbokki (떡볶이): We can’t forget about the iconic tteokbokki These rice cakes are one of the most famous Korean street foods, and Korean foods in general. Enjoy them with the sweet and spicy sauce.

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Watch how to cook it below:

 

 

Sikhae Rice Punch (비락 식혜): A popular holiday and summer drink made from fermented malt and rice. So sweet and refreshing!

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Jelly in Jelly Mango (젤리인젤리 망고): A sweet and chewy double-layered jelly with mango and lychee flavors.

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Boryung Mud Mask Recovery (보령머드팩 리커버리): Imagine you’re at the Boryung Mud Festival when you use this mask. Includes 3000 mg of mineral-rich mud from Boryung.

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BT21 Soft Keyring (BT21 소프트 키링): Bring some K-pop cuteness into your life with one of these BT21 character keyrings.

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“Seoul Streets” also comes with a lovely Seoulzine that tells you more about Korean street foods: where to go, what’s popular in each season, and some unusual foods to try. Read it while enjoying your snacks.

Watch our unboxing!

What are you waiting for? Get this month’s Seoulbox as an energizer for school or a pick-me-up during the dark days of fall. (Or maybe even as a Black Friday gift for yourself.) If you can’t go to Korea, we’ll bring Korea to you!

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Happy tasting, Seoulmates!

Author: Sophia

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