Korean Snacks No One Asked For 😲
South Korea has gifted the world many delicious and unique snacks throughout the years. From Honey Butter Chips to Milkis, there are a wide-range of unique K-snacks that are extremely popular not only in Korea but worldwide. However, not everyone is perfect. Even Korea has a few snacks so unusual that you just might ask, “Who thought that was a good idea?”
Here’s just a few K-snacks that no one asked for:
- Corn Popsicle
You’ve heard of creamed corn maybe? How about corn and ice cream? There’s a couple unique ways to eat this sweet food.
- Coleslaw Popcorn
If you enjoy dipping your popcorn in mayo, you might like this for a snack!
- Squid Peanut Balls
Although squid and peanuts sounds like a strange combination, this snack must be popular because it’s been around for more than forty years! This is a crunchy snack of peanuts covered in a squid-flavoured coating.
- Yogurt-Flavoured Potato Chips
This is the snack for you if you can’t get enough of yakult.
- Cola, Sweet Mayo Cheese, and Yogurt-Flavoured Pringles
If you enjoyed the yogurt chips, Pringles has got you covered. Pringles has been producing more than just Original and BBQ flavour. The popular potato chip brand has been taking some bold moves with their new flavour releases lately in Korea. This includes Sweet Mayo Cheese, Yogurt, and Cola.
- Inkigayo Sandwich
This unusual sandwich first obtained its popularity after idols would eat it at the SBS cafeteria before going on Inkigayo. The trend has continued, and many convenience stores have since come out with their version. If you’re interested in trying to make your own, you’ll need bread, egg potato salad, cabbage salad, and, last but not least, strawberry jam.
Which snack would you be willing to try?
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