So here’s the deal with Korean Street Meat: It’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. It’s all great, all delicious, and makes living in Korea so much easier for the two of us.

  1. It’s a shame prices have gone up. not drastically, but it’s more like $3-$4 for dok-boki now-a-days. ugh, now my mouth is watering.

  2. I envy you guys. I wish i have the chance to go there too.

  3. I think it’s sounded dok-boki for foreigners like you guys but you can read ‘tteok-bokki’. When I was a kid, I couldn’t enjoy tteok-bokki because, you know, it’s uncomfortably spicy food. So I washed it up with cold water and ate it :p

  4. this is prbly one the things i miss about korea!!!!! ㅠㅜ 분식!!

  5. i wanna go back to korea T_T

  6. Wow a boy scouts shirt! LOL! That cracked me up so much!

  7. this was my first eyk video!!! <3 <3 

  8. i saw simon eyes are Soooo red, must be from the spicy food :D

  9. I’m wondering… Is Simon wearing a boyscout shirt? O_o

  10. omg that looks really good….simon isnt it spicy?

  11. omg that looks really good….simon isnt it spicy?

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