Easy to Learn Korean 742-743 Fried chicken

Easy to Learn Korean 742 and 743 – Fried Chicken


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I found this new snack that I like called Fried Chicken Drumsticks at the local supermarket in Seoul this week.

Charcoal Fire Crackers

Hot Charcoal-Fire Barbecue – 핫숯불바베큐 (hat-sutbul-babekyu)

Chicken 1

Fried Chicken – 닭 튀김 (dak twigim) or 후라이드 치킨 (literally the English words ‘fried chicken’-huraideu chikin)

They taste like fried-chicken flavored crackers and remind me of Pepperridge Farm’s Goldfish crackers, if you know those. The crackers are wrapped in aluminum foil inside of a small red box that’s strikingly similar to a takeout chicken box. It only costs 900Won (less than $1USD) and is actually worth trying. Real Korean-style Fried Chicken is one of my favorite foods and this definitely reminds me of that.

There are several ways to say chicken in Korean:
1.닭 – chicken
2.닭고기 – chicken meat
3.치킨 – literally the English word ‘chicken’

All three of these can be used for chicken meat. Here, 닭다리 (dak-dari) means ‘chicken leg, or chicken drumstick.

742-Fried-chicken743- Fried Chicken 2

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