I Just Can’t Stop It

Street food in Korea usually comes from permanent mom-and-pop style stalls serving fish paste skewers, spicy rice cakes, and Korean style tempura.  But sometimes you’ll see a small blue Bongo truck that parks and serves various things (the rotisserie chicken ones are amazeballs).

Anyhow, a dumpling truck just started working outside of my apartment in the evenings.

And I’ve had cheap, delicious dumplings three nights in a row now for dinner.  You can choose kimchi or meat, or also “King Dumplings” which are huge so I haven’t gone there yet.

So much for bikini season.

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