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Jihwaja

Jihwaja / Gihwaja / Ji hwa ja sells “rice cakes” and kimbap. Open seven days a week. Most days, 6:30 am to 6:30 pm. Closes by 3:00 pm on Sundays. Frequently sells out of kimbap early, so call ahead if that’s what you’re going there for. Located on the northwest corner of Olympic Boulevard and […]

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Happy Rice Cake House

Happy Rice Cake House

Kimbap & Ddeok… even Gyeongdan. All to-go. No dine-in.

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Meedo Dduk Cafe: Korean Rice Cakes

Meedo Dduk Cafe – Closed

Dduk refers to traditional Korean rice “cakes.” This cafe’s specialty is artisanal ddeok (dduk).

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BOK DUK BONG BAKERY

Temporarily closed by the health department in May 2013 due to vermin harborage.

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Ho Won Dang

Chain store from South Korea that sells traditional Korean rice cakes and other rice-based snacks that are good for personal consumption, as well as gift-giving.

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Seoul Bakery on Olympic

Seoul Bakery

This is a ddeok-jip, not a “bakery” in the Western sense of the word. Makes ddeok (rice “cakes”) and kimbap (“sushi” rolls). Next to Sanya KBBQ. Closes by 4:30 pm on most days.

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Nak Won Rice Bakery

Nakwon Bakery is a ddeok-jib that sells so-called Korean rice “cakes” called ddeok. 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. Usually closes at 6:00 pm. Sometimes does close at 1:00 pm, […]

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San Su Dang

A ddeok-jib that sells so-called Korean rice “cakes” called ddeok

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