Seoul-based blog Dom and Hyo was established to tell the story of how an American man (Dom) came to Korea to teach English. Midway through, he met a wonderful Korean woman (Hyo) who “changed his life in many great ways.” It’s a fun read, with food-focused stories told through illustrations. In their latest dispatch, they break down all the different types of food you can spot on the streets of Korea. There's mandu, the Korean-style dumpling filled with all sorts of vegetables, meat and plenty of ginger and garlic. But you will find other classic street dishes, like odeng, skewered fish cakes served in a light anchovy broth. And of course, there is hoddeok — a griddled dessert pancake sweetened with brown sugar and ground sesame seeds. Bulgogi tacos, this is not.