Dak-kkochi refers to grilled chicken on skewer and drenched with chili pepper glaze or soy sauce dressing. Dak-kkochi, with its smell and sweet-spicy taste is a great accompaniment to drinks. Dak-kkochi is one of the popular street snacks/foods in Korea

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