You’re missing out one of the best food around Asia if you haven’t eaten a Japanese or Korean snack.
Pretz from Glico. Pretz is a biscuit stick similar to Glico’s Pocky, but less sweeter than Pocky. The flavor posted above is Matcha and Vanilla.
Pocky is the twin of Pretz. hehe. This Glico Panda Pocky – Cookies and Cream is only a limited edition and it comes with a bigger box than the usual.
CHOCO PIE (S. Korea)
Of course I wouldn’t forget this one. It’s because Song Joong Ki endorses this Choco Pie. HAHA 😀 And my mom and I really loves this snack. Choco Pie is a snack cake consisting of two small round layers of cake with marshmallow filling with chocolate covering, similar to a pie.
BINGGRAE ICE CREAM (S. Korea)
I love Korean Ice Cream. It’s very refreshing and it’s not so sweet, unlike other ice cream. There’s also various flavors that I’m sure you don’t even know it existed. I really recommend eating Encho. It’s not just your typical pinipig ice cream. There’s something more than that.
MOCHI ICE CREAM (Japan)
I haven’t tried this one yet, but I hope to taste one in the future. It really looks cute and yummy. Mochi Ice Cream is a Japanese confection made from pounded sticky rice with ice cream filling. YUMM~~
PORORO KID’S DRINK (S. Korea)
It’s a “kid’s” drink, but I beg to disagree. Not only kids drink this cute juice! There are four flavors of this drink available: Apple, Strawberry, Tropical Fruit and Milk. I’ve only tasted the sagwa flavor (apple) twice and I can say that it surprisingly really tastes like apple.
PORK CUTLET (Japan)
Tonkatsu is also a snack in Japan. I’ve seen it in a lot of dramas and my stomach growls so much whenever I see them eating Tonkatsu. Tonkatsu is a deep fried breaded pork.
SPICY RICE CAKES (S. Korea)
Teokbokki/Dukbokki is a very very famous snack among South Koreans especially during the cold weather. It is made from soft rice cake, fish cake and sweet red chili sauce.