Sak is bunshik. It's college street food. What makes it stand out is that it does subtle things to make it different and special. There is rosemary in the deep frying batter. There are fresh peppers in the ddeokbokki sauce. It does those little things that make it taste more than just your average pojang macha. There is limited seating there, so grab a seat there whenever you can. They have a nice little selection of imported beers. Asahi really works with the modeum twigim, various bits of fried bits and pieces. They close when they run out of stuff, which is fairly early in the evening, so don't depend on it for late night munchies in Hongdae.
Cuisine: Korean bunshik snacks Location: Hongdae, Seoul Reservations: Don’t even think about it Suggested Items: Fried stuff, Ddeokbokki
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