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Oven Bun – Street Food Spotlight

We’re not sure about you, but when we travel, we’re always on the lookout for the best street foods! There are so many quick, convenient and totally delicious foods on the streets in Korea which we want to reveal to you!

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This month we are introducing an oven baked dumpling/bun. This can be found in Incheon’s Chinatown, our recommended restaurant is ‘Sip Ni Hyang’ and whether you’re a meat eater or a vegetarian, you will love this recommendation.

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A hot steamy bun that has been cooked in a huge pot/jar-looking oven give this bun a special roasted/lightly burnt taste that makes it an incredible find. Contrary to how it sounds, the outside is just firm, the dough is chewy, and the filling is soft, moist and succulent.

This place is on one the main roads of Chinatown, so make sure not to miss it!

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