Who knew Seoul had such a thriving food scene. We were really looking forward to tasting authentic Korean BBQ and other regional delicacies, but we were surprised with so much more. Seoul is definitely a city for foodies.
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Pojangmachas, or street food tents, offer up a truly unique Korean dining experience. Here, you can pull up a plastic chair and watch the streets of Seoul pass by you by as you fill up on good, cheap food like tteokbokki and odeng.