Korean Street FoodCOMMENTS 15
So hereâ€™s the deal with Korean Street Meat: Itâ€™s delicious, dirt cheap, and loaded with variety. In toronto, you have two choices: hot dog or sausage, and will cost you between $3-$5. Here, you can get a plate full of meat-filled dumplings, spicy sauce over it all, and a glass full of water for anywhere between one and two bucks. Deep fried shrimp tempura will cost you the same. A plate full of dok-boki, which is a rice cake dish smothered in the most uncomfortably spicy sauce, will cost you two bucks. Corn dogs will set you back one to two bucks as well. Itâ€™s all great, all delicious, and makes living in Korea so much easier for the two of us.
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