Hongdae Pocha Cafe Korean style Rice Cakes!
It’s Hongdae Pocha Cafe’s own interpretation of a traditional Korean street food called Tteokbokki.
Did you know Tteokbokki was also a part of Korean royal court cuisine in the Joseon dynasty? While the modern Tteokbokki is red and has a spicy taste, the original Tteokbokki was brown and plain. It was called Royal Rice Cakes, Gungjung Tteokbokki in Korean. Just like the name implies, Royal Rice Cakes were a main example of Korean haute cuisine. Click HERE to view Royal Rice Cakes in SURA Korean Cuisine menu page!
Hongdae Pocha Cafe’s version of this wildly popular dish comes with Korean style rice cakes, a boiled egg, ramen noodles, and vegetables in house special spicy — and a bit sweet — sauce! The dish is awesome especially when you enjoy soju or ice cold beer with your besties!