Korean corn dogs, also known as hotdogs on a stick or Korean hotdogs, are a popular street food in Korea. They consist of a hotdog sausage or mozzarella cheese stick that is coated in batter, rolled in bread crumbs, and deep-fried until crispy and golden brown.
One of the signature elements of Korean corn dogs is that they are often served on a stick, which makes them easy to eat on-the-go. Some variations also include toppings like sugar, ketchup, or mustard drizzled on top or wrapped around the corn dog.
Korean corn dogs can be found in many street food stalls and food courts throughout Korea, and have also gained popularity in other countries, including the United States. They are often served as a snack or a light meal and are enjoyed by people of all ages.