What Are They Eating? Olympic Park Food in Photos

From McDonald's to local cuisine, a variety of food and snacks can be found in the Olympic Park in Gangneung.

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Mandu (dumplings) are a favored national snack, with many shapes and methods of cooking.
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Steamed mandu is often filled with kimchi (fermented cabbage) or meat.
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Is there anything better than the taste of ddokbokki? The Korean side dish is made with sliced rice cakes in a sweet and spicy gochujang (red chili paste) sauce.
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JNE's popcorn comes in strawberry and chocolate flavors!
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Chocopie, an Asian moonpie variant, is a sweet treat for children made with two slices of cake dipped in chocolate with a generous layer of marshmallow filling in between.
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Mini-Oreos, for anyone wanting a taste of home.
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South Korea's most famous chicken dish is their twice-fried chicken wings - but the roasted variety is also good for a snack.
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McDonald's gone above and beyond for their Olympic Village franchise, erecting a meal-shaped structure to house their restaurant in Pyeongchang.
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Instant ramyun - soup noodles - is another snack staple in Korea.
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Spaghetti in Korea is often made with gochujang, blending Western and Eastern tastes for a truly unique dish.
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