Sengran (생란) is a type of sukshilgwa that is made of ginger. The skin off the ginger is first peeled and boiled with sugar water until it is soft. Then the ginger is grinded in a mixer and shaped into a three sided star with some honey.
Hotteok is a popular street food in Korea. It is VERY similar to pancakes. The ingredients are (dough) Wheat flour, Water, Milk, Sugar, Yeast, (mixture might contain), Brown sugar, Honey, Chopped peanuts, Cinnamon.
Hotteok is a variety of filled pancake, and is a popular street food of South Korea, usually eaten during the winter season. The dough is wheat flour, water, milk, sugar, and yeast, and rises for several hours. Handful-sized balls of the stiff dough are filled with a sweet mix, which may contain brown sugar, honey, chopped peanuts, and cinnamon. It's then placed on a greased griddle, and pressed flat into a circle with a special tool with a stainless steel circle and wooden handle as it…
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호떡 Hottok is a variety of filled Korean pancake, and is a popular street food of Korea. It is usually eaten during the winter time. Main ingredients for dough are wheat flour, water, milk, sugar and yeast and for filling are brown sugar, honey, peanuts and cinnamon. 5.000KD/6pcs
Behind the veil: A rare look at life in North Korea - CNN.com
My visit to North Korea coincided with hot summer weather. Here, people queue in front of an ice cream vendor in Pyongyang. The ice cream consists of only water, milk and sugar, but demand was high on that warm day. Behind the stall, a propaganda poster hangs on the window.
Jajangmyun ((Chajangmyun, Jjajang myun) is one of the most popular noodle dishes in Korea. It is the Korean adaptation of a Chinese black bean noodle dish with the same name, and you can find it in every Chinese restaurant in Korea. It's delicious and satisfying but inexpensive to buy or make, so it's a favorite home-cooked or takeout meal among almost all Koreans.