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Korean Street Food – Twigim

After gym I went to our favorite canteen to buy Korean street foods the people are happy to see me and one of them started to ask me again in Hangul and as usual all I can say is Mulayo Hangul. Anyway I just pointed out what I like and how many pieces by showing finger sign and when it was total I have samchon left but my husband asked me to spend all the money he gave me so I sign of getting more twigim (friend fritters) and mandu. The owner add more twigim and it she referred it as service so I said my thank you.

The photo photo below is butter and deep fried stuffed pepper twigim and Sweet Potato Twigim or Goguma, twigim means fritters.

And of course we had mandu, the long one are made of vegetables and noodles while the round one is kimchi flavored.

I happened to see corn as well 3 pieces for samchom (₩3,000)

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