When you don’t want to cook at home South Korea has a wealth of different restaurants to suit all tastes. If you’re looking for simple Korean food similar to what is cooked on the street, then Jaws maybe for you. Most people call it simply Jaws but is also known as Jaws Food, Jaws Ddukbokki, Jaws Ttukbokki, 죠스 or 죠스 떡볶이. They sell a range of different foods but mainly simple dishes such as Ttukbokki (Rice cakes in a spicy sauce), Sundae (steamed meats) and various fried foods. They are all reasonably priced and good quality. They make a nice lunch, picnic meal, midnight snack or drinking side dish. There are locations all across South Korea so you won’t find it difficult to find one.
Pictures from Jaws Food Korea
Firstly here is a selection of the different foods we purchased from our local Jaws;
Secondly here are a few other related images;
Links and Locations of Jaws
Official Website (Korean)
Locations Across South Korea (Korean)
You could also search for “죠스” on Naver Maps, Daum Maps and maybe even Google Maps.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the Jaws Food or Korean Food / Street Food in general please feel free to let us know, either via email, our Social Media Homes or by commenting below.Tim & Jeonghye
sundae: “streamed meats”, lol wtf is “streamed meat”. you mean blood sausage? your translations of korean words are hilarious, this is but one of many examples.
No we don’t mean blood sausage we mean steamed meats, as it says.
Sundae is either Pigs or Cows intestines which are stuffed, and then steamed (or sometimes boiled).