San Su Dang

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San Soo Dang is a ddeok-jib that sells so-called Korean rice “cakes” called ddeok and similar products.

Koreans often describe this type of establishment in English as a rice “bakery” though it is not like Western-style bakeries that bake products – it’s more like steaming the rice flour.

Closes by 6:00 pm on most days.

Korean is spoken. Health rating: B

Located on Vermont by 8th Street.

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