Seoul Street Kebabs

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I’ve recently noticed a lot of street kebabs around Seoul, and although I love the idea, I’ve yet to find one I really like. Most seem quite light on meat, and the other day I got one with chopped pickle inside.

In a perfect world (or at least back home) kebabs involve riotous mountains of meat, stuffed into pita bread with a bit of token salad, then drenched with savory chilli sauce. Usually eaten when drunk, a good portion should fall on your clothes, and the kebab should account for at least half your hangover the next day.

If anyone has had one like that in Seoul please let me know! I eagerly await your advice.

I’ve recently noticed a lot of street kebabs around Seoul, and although I love the idea, I’ve yet to find one I really like. Most seem quite light on meat, and the other day I got one with chopped pickle inside.

In a perfect world (or at least back home) kebabs involve riotous mountains of meat, stuffed into pita bread with a bit of token salad, then drenched with savory chilli sauce. Usually eaten when drunk, a good portion should fall on your clothes, and the kebab should account for at least half your hangover the next day.

If anyone has had one like that in Seoul please let me know! I eagerly await your advice.



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