Much of the street food in Seoul comes in cups, which helps to contain any sauce it comes with. It also gives you a place to rest your food to take a drink or a short break. It may not be the most environmentally-friendly solution, but street vendors in Korea aren’t generally known for being green (with the exception of the green pastry shown above, which is deliciously described as a light pancake filled with a hot, sugary goo, composed of tiny bits of chestnut and cinnamon). [Marshall Astor]
Anyone know where I can get a cup of bulgogi?