Sindang-dongTteokbokki Town started in the late 70s, although the alley did not become famous until the 80s.
An alley where you can meet the origin of tteokbokki, one of the representative foods of Korea.
The red Tteokbokki soup contains memories of Koreans’ school days, who were soothing their hunger after school.
Depending on the restaurants in front of the school, the taste of tteokbokki in the past varies with different colors but the origin of the tteokbokki stew , which is boiled over a gentle heat is Sindang-dong Tteokbokki Alley.
If you go straight down the left-hand side street from Exit 8 of Sindang Station, you will see a sign of Tteokbokki Alley.
At first, tteokbokki was simply made with gochujang(red pepper sauce) but as time went by, cooks decided the dish could be more than just a snack.
Eggs, noodles, fish cakes and chewy noodles as well as squid and cheese can be added as sari to everyone’s favorite spicy and sweet soup.