A Korean Hot Dog Chain Is Finally Opening In Seattle & They're Giving Away Free Food
Get some while you can!
We've seen, bookmarked, and drooled all over them on Instagram. And now our handcrafted hot dog dreams are finally coming true. Chung Chun Rice Dog's Korean hot dogs are coming to Seattle this Saturday, and they are giving away these riced-delights for free to the first 100 that get there!
Chung Chun Rice Dog is a popular fast-food chain from Korea that rolls sausages in sticky rice flour batter and coats them with crumbly panko. They deep fry it in front of you so you can get them fresh.
The store now opens its doors in Seattle's Chinatown-International District and will have several options on a stick to choose from.
This includes a sausage wrapped in crispy fried potatoes or ramen or ones stuffed with cheddar or mozzarella. There's even one which is a hybrid between hot dog and cheese that'll make for the perfect Insta boomerang if you please! For those who prefer added flavor, there's a "volcano" made of spicy wiener if you dare.
These are all priced between $1.99 to $4.49 apiece. You can check out more of their menu at this link.
We don't know about you, but we're hungry for them all.
If you can't make it to their Emerald City location, they also have shops in Los Angeles, San Diego, Cerritos, Irvine, Garden Grove, Monterey Park and New Jersey.
If you hope to be one of the first 100 people to score a corn puppy of your choice, plan on getting there early.
Open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day, they had a soft opening a couple of days ago and people have been excited to get a taste ever since.
Chung Chun Rice Dog
Address: 502 S King St, Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Deep-fried Korean specialty hot dogs that have unique toppings like fried ramen and crispy potato.