Koryo Jung Korean Street Food in Tanjong Pagar
K-pop, K-dramas, K-food. Korean culture has embedded itself so deeply in Singapore that even McDonald’s has jumped onto the Hallyu wave with their limited edition Jjang! Jjang! Burgers. Joining the game is Koryo Jung Korean Street Food, the new Korean eatery in International Plaza you never knew you needed until you’ve had it.
Barely three months old, Koryo Jung Korean Street Food is the sister eatery to two other stores in the same mall—Koryo Jeong Takeaway and Koryo Jeong Restaurant. With a seating capacity of only eight people, the eatery mainly serves ready-to-eat meals that can be quickly devoured by patrons during lunch hour.
Try their Tteokbokki ($6), which sees the chewy rice cakes and hard-boiled egg glazed in a thick, sweet and spicy gravy. If you’re not a Korean food purist, drizzle some of the Tteokbokki gravy onto...