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(SoraNews24)   Japan admits Korea has some good street food, so if you can't go to Seoul for your overseas vacation, Bandai unveils $23 kitchen gadgets to help make Korean cheese dogs and tornado potatoes at home   (soranews24.com) divider line
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2020-07-05 12:57:40 PM  
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2020-07-05 3:43:55 PM  
I wish I could get street food here. Living in suburban America has its downsides sometimes.

Korean food is legit good. I want that.
 
2020-07-05 3:48:07 PM  
Some interesting items in a linked article.  The Japanese seem to put more imagination into their fast food.
 
2020-07-05 4:17:41 PM  

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Only in an emergency
 
2020-07-05 7:40:05 PM  
Japan and Worst Korea are on my to-visit list. I wouldn't mind going.
 
2020-07-05 8:10:26 PM  

natazha: Some interesting items in a linked article.  The Japanese seem to put more imagination into their fast food.


Not really. It's just different.

Take takoyaki. Octopus chunks inside spheres of dough that's only partially cooked so it's like a gooey kablooie even huey hamster wouldn't pass up. and it's topped with a mysterious brown sauce, mayonnaise ribbons, and flakes of fish so thin they dance in the steam.

After the first dozen balls or so, you'll start to notice takoyaki's freakin everywhere. But try finding your favorite street  food. Is that it? Nope, Chuck Takoyaki.
 
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