Here's Where You Can Eat Korean Street Food Without Going to Korea

Now you can taste Bok Joo's fave street food!
by Mara Agner   |  Aug 10, 2017
Image: Elle Kim | facebook.com/gellimaicat
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If watching Kim Bok Joo eat all that food on TV makes you crave for Korean street food, we found a place where you can satisfy that craving, even if it's already late at night (it's open from 4 pm to 1 am!).

According to Facebook user Elle Kim, there's a stall at A. Venue's food bazaar in Makati that sells the fish cakes that Bok Joo loves to eat! They also have tteokbokki, Korean BBQ, and a lot more.

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The prices are a little steep compared to Pinoy street food, but it's still pretty affordable even for students on a budget. Here's what they serve and how much they're for.

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Oden (fish cake & soup) - P25

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Korean BBQ (spicy pork belly) with Rice and Kimchi - P200
Samgyeopsal with Rice and Kimchi - P180
Bulgogi with Rice and Kimchi - P180
Bibimbap (vegetables & beef) - P120
Japchae - P100
Tteokbokki - P100
Ramen - P100
Udon - P120
Salted Grilled Shrimp - P300
Kimchi (small - P50, large - P100)

As for the taste and other details, we'll leave it to you to read Elle's mini review below.

Aside from Korean, what other street food would you like to try?

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