No Need To Fly To Seoul To Try These Street Food-Favorite Korean Corn Dogs

They're deep-fried and loaded with melted cheese!

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If you're a fan of anything related to Korean culture whether movies, TV series, beauty products, music, or food, you probably have Seoul marked number one on your bucket list. Or perhaps you've been able to visit the bustling city and you're dying to see it again. If so, you know that no trip to South Korea is complete without a venture into their exciting street food culture, which is as tasty as it is diverse. Here's one way you can get a taste of it right here in the Philippines: Local food shop Dogs and Dairies makes popular street food Korean Corn dog and it'll transport you to the streets of Myeongdong and Dongdaemun!


Corn dogs are a popular snack worldwide composed of a skewered hotdog or sausage deep-fried in cornmeal batter that resembles something between a hotdog bun and a fluffy pancake when cooked. The Korean version of the treat is usually coated with breadcrumbs for extra crunch and contains melted cheese inside. Dogs and Dairies offers the snack with mozzarella cheese and you can choose to have it coated in breadcrumbs or, if you really feel like treating yourself, chopped potatoes; think of it like having a corn dog with fries all at once.

Check out that cheesy goodness inside.
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You can also opt to have it coated in sugar if you want to add a little sweetness to your corn dog. Korean pastries are known to have a sweeter flavor compared to those you might find here in Manila, so the sugary version may take you back to your last trip to Seoul. You can get a box of five assorted flavors for P350!


Here's what you'll get in each assorted box.
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Is there anything quite as satisfying as a long stretch of melted cheese in your food?
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Take a closer look at the crispy, deep-fried potato bits on the potato cheese hotdog.
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Dogs and Dairies also has an ube cheese variation of the corn dog combining Pinoy and Korean flavors in one unique snack.

They have a version of the corndog with ube halaya inside!
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You can order Dogs and Dairies' Korean corn dogs by sending a message to their Facebook page with your name, contact number, delivery address, preferred payment method, date of delivery, and orders. They accept payment through BDO, BPO, Metrobank, and GCash. Once your order is confirmed, you can have your food delivered via Grab, Lalamove, Angkas, or Joyride.


See the full price list below:

  • Mozza Cheese Hotdog - P70 each
  • Potato Cheese Hotdog - P85 each
  • Assorted box of five - P350
  • Ube Cheese Corn dog - P95 each

Note that you can opt to order the corn dogs cooked or frozen, if you'd prefer to deep-fry them yourself at home.

Dogs and Dairies is located at Marble II Townhomes, San Francisco Street, Barangay Kapitolyo, Pasig City.


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