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Beondegi, or broiled silkworm hatchlings, is a famous Korean road nibble. It looks appalling, particularly to individuals who disdain or dread bugs. Nonetheless, there are lots of people who really love this tidbit. It is crunchy on the outside and delicate within. Gnawing into it makes a delicate popping sound.

Beondegi can be steamed and eaten as a side dish. It can likewise be bubbled and served in soup. Koreans like to pair beondegi soup with soju. Beondegi is famous to the point that you can buy them in jars and cook them at home.

Beondegi in Korea
Korea
South Korea Korea
Beondegi in Korea
Korea
South Korea Korea