You Can Find A Korean Street Food Stall At This LRT Station

It's owned by a Korean national!

After a long and tiring day at work, there's nothing quite like grabbing something to eat before you head home-may it be your favorite meal at a fast food chain or your favorite street food.

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If you ever pass by the LRT Recto station going to and from work, there's a different food stall there called Odeng that any Korean street food fan will definitely enjoy. The word "Odeng" is a Korean fish cake that if eaten as street food, is commonly served in long sticks dipped in its soup. 

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Odeng is a street food stall owned by a Korean national. Here, you are served different Korean street food staples, the same ones you can also find in South Korea.

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Odeng, of course, serves odeng guk or fish cake soup, but you can also find tteokbokki, a stir-fried rice cake with a bright red spicy sauce. You can also try gimmari, fried spring roll that uses seaweed as its wrapper!

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You can pair this with their equally-filling gimbap, a dish made with rice with different fillings, wrapped in a dried sheet of seaweed. This looks a lot like sushi but tastes extremely different from one another.

If you've watched a couple of Korean dramas or you're just genuinely interested in Korean food, you should definitely take your work breaks or buy food pasalubong here!

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