I'm flying out to Tokyo and Seoul in a little over a week so I'm finishing up my research on food to get while I'm over there. There's a lot of stuff online about the Tokyo food scene, but comparatively little on Seoul.
Having grown up in Southern California, I'm very familiar with Korean food even though I'm not Korean. I'm not an expert of K-town by any means, but I've had the fortune of sampling lots of really authentic Korean food there.
What I'm looking for are foods and restaurants that have some local specialty or just stuff that's not available in K-town for whatever reason. One example of something I came across that I want to try is hotteok, since there's no street food scene in LA K-town. Are there any other particular street foods I should keep an eye out for? I also saw some post on a random blog about a restaurant in Seoul where they specialize in grilled eel. Stuff like that.
Thanks to anyone who can help me out before my trip!
PS: Where should I get some good Korean Fried Chicken in Seoul? Or should I just skip that since I have access to Bonchon and Kyochon here as well as various small Korean pubs with this item on their menu?