Food in Busan, Volume 1: What I Ate


Posted on 27 Dec 2018 21:00 in トラベルASKSiddhi by Yoko Deshmukh

Busan was no doubt the foodies' paradise.

In limited budget and time, I had these types of food in Busan. Here we go. 

Jujube tea, and Honey and citron tea.

The first snacking in Busan, Hotteok from the food van on Donggwangdong.
Her hotteok tasted rather like a cinnamon naan, healthier version.


Sinful handmade taiyaki, the pancake filled with bean-jam.


Kimbap. Good serve for three adults for eating while strolling. 


Making of Kimbap.


Hotteok, the high calorie version found in Gukje market. 


BBQ Chicken outlet in the hotel.
An unexpectedly big quantity of fried chicken pieces overwhelmed us. 


So, finally, we decided to ask them to pack the remaining pieces.
We went back to the subway and gave the package to a homeless man.

At Seomyeon Food Market. Food stalls in the centre of the walking plaza.
Every stall sells somewhat similar menu each other.


We had toppogi, jijimi, and gyoza; total 8,000 won
(we gave her 10,000 won and she gave us back 2,000.)


Piling up in the left side plate is Korean sausage.

Spicy fried chicken pieces stir-fried with green chilli and toppogi
at Hot Tori restaurant near our hotel.

Rice topped with shredded Korean nori seaweed sheet and tobikko.

The food court in Lotte Department Store Donggwangdong.



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Yoko Deshmukh   (日本語 | English)         
インド・プネ在住歴10年以上の英日・日英フリーランス翻訳者、デシュムク陽子(Yoko Deshmukh)が運営しています。2003年9月30日からインドのプネに住んでいます。

ASKSiddhi is run by Yoko Deshmukh, a native Japanese freelance English - Japanese - English translator who lives in Pune since 30th September 2003.

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