Cheesy Korean Corn Dogs - Popular Local Korean Street Food & Snack @ Jongro in Flushing, Queens, NYC

Korean corn dogs are a satisfying street food that's common in the night markets in Seoul, Korea and have since made their way over to the USA and Europe. We were very entertained while eating this popular street food - cheesy corn dogs with a crunch! Livin’ for those long mozzarella cheese pulls :P There’s no elegant way to eat these, but they’re FUN on a stick! “Korean corn dogs or Korean hot dogs are popular local street food, typically made of sausages or mozzarella cheese (or both together) on sticks wrapped with yeasted batter and coated with Panko breadcrumbs then deep-fried to golden. They are then dusted with sugar and drizzled with ketchup and yellow mustard.” - Foxy Folksy » Addresses: Jongro Rice Hotdog Flushing, Queens location: 156-18 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NY 11354 Koreatown, Manhattan location: 33 W 32nd St, Suite B, New York, NY 10001

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