I'll start this series with one of my favorite winter street foods in Korea: the boong uh bbang (붕어빵). Directly translated, it means "goldfish bread," which comes from the cute shape of this snack food. Boong uh bbang is warm, toasted bread that's crunchy on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside, filled with a red bean paste. It's perfect for the chilly days and very affordable (though the price varies throughout the country) — only around $1 for three.
Boong uh bbang (붕어빵)
Streets of Korea
I would highly, highly recommend this to anyone visiting South Korea in the winter (they sadly don't sell these on the streets in the warmer months). It's only $1 for three of these — what's there to lose?