Namdaemun Market Bubble Hotteok is almost same as the nomal hotteok. Thin layer dough with sugar inside. The differences is how to baking!
Namdaemun Market / Bubble Hotteok / Korean Street Food / 남대문 버블 호떡 / 남대문 길거리음식
Seoul’s representative general market, with a daily visitors of 400,000.
The attraction of “there’s everything else except nothing!” here is as overwhelming as the number and amount of goods that fill the market.
Namdaemun Market, located between Myeong-dong and Seoul Station in Seoul and around Namchang-dong in Jung-gu, is a general market that represents Seoul along with Dongdaemun Market.
As the 600th anniversary festival of Namdaemun Market was held in 2014, the power of history and tradition that has continued for 600 years is unabated.
Hotteok is a rice cake where flour or glutinous rice flour is kneaded, then baked in a wide circle, adding sugar, and is one of Korea’s most representative street food.
Hotteok originated in Central Asia and the Arab, and in Korea, it is said to have been started by merchants from the Qing Dynasty who came to Korea during the Im-O Military Revolt in the 1880s.
It is right next to the Namdaemun Grandma’s Toast. They are very close friend i think.
It is called Bubble Hotteok. Because it is empty inside and looks like chiness style hotteok.
It is almost same as the nomal hotteok making. Thin layer dough with sugar inside. The differences is how to baking!
Grill in specialized made oven plate with a small amount of oil. Normally hotteok is grilled in a full of oil plate like half fried.
It is dried & Crispy Hotteok. Not oily but sweet and crispy. It is a cheap and handy street food in Namdaemun Market.
🥇남대문시장 버블 호떡(Namdaemun Market Bubble Hotteok)
💰 KRW 1,000
: Namdaemun Market, Bubble Hotteok. A plain taste made by roasting without oil.