Korean CONVENIENCE STORE $10 Breakfast Challenge at ...Davidsbeenhere
- Video description
- 8 months ago
- 10,283 views
- 514 likes
- 60 comments
Like in Japan, convenience store culture is big in South Korea. They have three main chains: 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, and See You Soon. My boy Sam and I visited a 7-Eleven near our hotel. Convenience stores are everywhere in Seoul. This one was very small and didn’t have the biggest selection.
I grabbed a vitamin drink for 800 won. There were lots of sweets and processed sausages, but I passed on those. I got a coffee and found some triangle gimbaps, which are like Japanese onigiri. I went with one with meat and red sauce, a rice roll, a red bean jelly bar, a pancake with red bean paste, and seaweed chips. My 7 items came to just under my budget, and then I got a rice porridge to put me at exactly 12,000 won!
We posted up on a bench outside. I couldn’t wait to dig in!
I started with the vitamin drink, which was almost like an energy drink with a medicine taste. Then I went with the red bean paste bar. It looked like medicine but the taste was kind of bland. It was very gelatinous!
Then I went with the triangle gimbap, which you open exactly like an onigiri. I didn’t open the last onigiri I had in Japan properly. There are steps on the wrapper to opening them. I opened this one like a pro!
This triangle gimbap had pork and red pepper paste sauce, so I was looking forward to it being really spicy. I loved the crunch of the seaweed. It was spicy and sticky and the flavors were unified in a really delicious way. I could eat this for breakfast every day! And it only cost $1!
Then I went with some dried seaweed, which are dry, fresh, and very salty. They’re like a seaweed wafer! I could eat it all day!
Next, I tried the bun with red bean paste and cream inside. This was a different type of bun from the ones you get in China. It looked really decadent and filling, so I only had a bit. It was like a donut from Dunkin Donuts. The red bean paste with the whipped cream with the fluffy bun was really good!
Next, I went with the Korean hand roll, which is called a gimbap. The roll came pre-sliced, so I grabbed a couple of pieces off the end. It was so good! There was marinated barbecue beef inside with carrot, yellow radish, and rice inside. The barbecue was smoky and a little creamy! It was super filling but really delicious! I could eat this every day!
Then I went with some rice porridge, which came with a folding spoon. It looked really slimy! It was very rice-y with lots of veggies. I could see something inside that looked like mussels or an oyster. It wasn’t really my jam – it was cold and rice-y, but very healthy with lots of herbs.
My favorite thing was the gimbap! Then I finished with my Maxim Espresso latte, which I chugged in one go! Then I wrapped one with the seaweed sheets to create the ultimate seaweed gimbap sandwich!
Then Sam tried his yogurt drink, a bibimbap-flavored triangle gimbap, and a fluffy and airy cheesecake bun.
What an awesome Korean convenience store breakfast! It was an overload of food. I recommend the fishy items with seaweed!
I hope you enjoyed coming with me on my Korean convenience store challenge! If you did, please give this video a thumbs up and leave me a comment below. Also, please subscribe so you don’t miss any of my upcoming travel/food adventures!
Where have you been?
Subscribe Here! http://bit.ly/DavidsbeenhereSub
Check out my top videos! http://bit.ly/DavidsbeenhereTopVideos
+ INSTAGRAM ► https://instagram.com/davidsbeenhere
+ FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/davidsbeenhere1
+ TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/davidsbeenhere
+ MY BLOG! ► http://davidsbeenhere.com/
+BUSINESS EMAIL ► email@example.com
#Seoul #SouthKorea #KoreanFood #DavidInKorea #Davidsbeenhere
My name is David Hoffmann. For the last decade, I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food, and history! Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,000 destinations in 73 countries, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, travel blog, and social media sites.
I focus a great deal on food and historical sites, as you probably have seen! I love to experience the different flavors that each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. I’m also passionate about learning about the local history and culture.
P.S. Thank you for watching my videos and subscribing!
- Related videos