Sindang Tteokbokki

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If you read my past post, you would remember my love for spicy Tteokbokki.

So, my first Malaysian friend in Seoul (proudly announce that) introduced us to Tteokbokki town in Sindang.
Imagine, whole stretch of road full of restaurant that sells only Tteokbokki.

It literally spell ‘Sindang Tteokbokki Town’
As recommended, we went to the shop on the left side of the gate.

If you read my past post, you would remember my love for spicy Tteokbokki.

So, my first Malaysian friend in Seoul (proudly announce that) introduced us to Tteokbokki town in Sindang.
Imagine, whole stretch of road full of restaurant that sells only Tteokbokki.

It literally spell ‘Sindang Tteokbokki Town’
As recommended, we went to the shop on the left side of the gate.
This ajumma is quite famous
This restaurant setting comes with small stools and tables next to each other.
It is quite hard to move around, especially when it’s jammed with customers.
Each table comes with portable stove.
Once entered, you can just find any empty spot available.
As this restaurant only sells Tteokbokki, the waiter/waitress will come with a wok that’s enough to feed for how many people you come with.
However, I did not find any single person eating or price quote with only one person eating.
However if you read my past post, this version of Tteokbokki have noodles in it.
Once the wok is on the stove, you need turn on the fire.
Let it cook until it become like this:
Depending on your taste, the dry it is, the spicier it taste, the more ‘kick’ you get.
Small plates were given for you to eat with.
However, please note that this restaurant is not for you to sit around for hours.
Once finished, you need to make a move because there will be people waiting to eat.
Ingredients : Noodle, egg, rice cake, fish cake, red pepper powder, vegetable, and fried mandoo case made of flour.
How to get there:
Subway : Exit 8, Sindang station line-2.
Turn left at the large Jungbu Fire Station.
Head straight then you will see the archway sign as the picture above.


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