A cheap way to eat after a night of drinking in Seoul. A small glimpse of what the city has to offer while teaching English in Korea.
How to order and eat:
- Ddukbokki (rice cake) drowned in red chili paste usually served with fish cake, be careful of the spicy level !
- Sundae (blood sausage) can be served with the ddukbokki sauce if asked for
- Oedang (fish cake) can be taken from a soup of radish and crab, top with a soy sauce and eaten from the stick
- Kimbap (sushi rolls) are sliced and can be dunked in the spicy chili sauce or consumed as is
- Fried goodies are usualy 4 or 5 pieces for $2 that are deep fried, cut up for your enjoyment
Graduating with a double major in Communications and Chinese from Rutgers University, it wasn’t long after working in the Big Apple that Cindy Ung decided to take a break from the cliché 9-5 lifestyle and move to Korea to teach English for CDI. Making the bold step to leave her comfortable, mapped out life in the States, she has fallen more in love with the Korean culture as each day passes. With weekly mountain hikes, weekend road trips, discovering great foods and beauty products, constantly meeting new people, her life in Korea has been everything but mapped out.Check out Cindy’s blog to get a glimpse of what Korea has to offer!