The Best Frozen Goods To Get In The Korean Grocery

Stock your freezer with Korean corn dogs, dumplings, and more.

Korean groceries are the best place to get frozen goods if you love Korean food! If you haven't tried shopping in any Korean grocery yet or if you're still not used to the overwhelming number of options, we have several guides that can help you out: we have a guide on the different kinds of bottled Korean sauces you should add to your pantryKorean drinks to buy, Korean snacks to try, different Korean ice creams you can find in their freezers, and more.

When it comes to the selection of frozen goods in the Korean grocery, we admit it can still be confusing. If you want to start stocking your freezers with frozen Korean goods, here are some items you should add to your cart:

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Bibigo's King Dumpling

Bibigo is a popular Korean brand known for its dumplings and one of the popular flavors they have is the King Dumpling. These dumplings are meaty and have bits of vegetables, and can be served in different ways! You can eat it as is or you can add it to your soup.

Where to buy: Bibigo Market PhilippinesFrozenMNL, and Theo's Community Market sells this at P199 per pack.

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Bibigo's Gourmet Mozzarella Cheeseball

For those who love snacking on all things cheesy, Bibigo also has Gourmet Mozzarella Cheeseballs. This is the perfect cheesy snack whenever a craving hits because it's easy to prepare. You can microwave it or air fry it for a few minutes, then it's ready for snacking!

Where to buy: You can buy this from Bibigo Market Philippines once they restock it. As of writing, this is currently sold out!

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ChielJedang's Gourmet Potato Cheese Korean Corn Dog

If you haven't tried the trendy Korean corn dogs just yet, now's your chance to try it out with Gourmet's Potato Cheese Korean Corn Dog. This is a leveled-up version of the regular corndog because of the added cheese (that melts upon frying) and the small pieces of potato in the batter.

Where to buySIJANG Market sells this at P156 per piece.

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ChielJedang's Gourmet's Crispy Mozzarella Tonkatsu

Koreans sure do love adding cheese to everything! If you want to enjoy cheesy tonkatsu at an affordable price and without the hassle of making it from scratch, you should definitely add Gourmet's Crispy Mini Katsu. 

Where to buy: Bibigo Market Philippines sells the ChielJedang Gourmet Crispy Mozzarella Tonkatsu at P580 per pack. As of writing, it is currently on sale, priced at P500. This is also available via FrozenMNL, priced at P500.

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No Brand's Dumplings

No Brand is a popular store chain in South Korea that carries a wide range of grocery items, including frozen goods. Their dumplings are perfect if you want a quick meal since you can simply pan-fry, air-fry, or steam these, dip them in your favorite sauce, and serve with rice on the side.

Where to buy: No Brand's Dumplings cost P537.75/945 grams. They have branches located at Robinsons Place Galleria Ortigas, Robinsons Place Galleria South, Robinsons Place Magnolia, and Ayala Malls Circuit. You can also shop via MetroMart, GrabMart, and GoRobinsons.

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Fishcake 

If you love ramen, you should definitely add a pack of frozen fishcakes to your grocery cart! You can simply add this in a pot while cooking the ramen noodles until it gets soft. These fishcakes make the ramen experience more filling and tastier since the fishcakes are already quite tasty on its own. 

Where to buy: You can commonly find these in most Korean groceries like Assi Fresh Plaza and Famulei.

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