Fancy a bite? It’s tent city here!

One of the charms of eating out in Korea is the variety of places you can eat. In reference to eating out, this can literally mean, eating outside in a tent.

Tent restaurants have been well documented by travel books and shows. All I can say is that they have their way of doing things. The food tastes the same, and it also has one of my favourite snacks, fish bread or 봉어빵.

This type of restaurant is closely related to street food, or food hawkers. This where their food stall is on wheels. I’ve seen this China, and Japan as well as Korea. I’ve also heard that South East Asia has this type of food stall too, so it’s not unique to Northern Asia alone.

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