This is a burrito in Korea

While we’re on the subject of burritos in other countries, our pal Ashley reminded us about her first experience with a burrito in Korea.  Let’s see what we’ve got here:  Kidney beans, steamed white rice, lettuce, cabbage, sliced olives, and melted cheddar all contained within a rather hastily wrapped tortilla.  I suppose that if you were trying to describe a burrito in the most basic sense to someone who has never seen or tasted one (“yeah dude, it’s easy–just rice, beans, cheese, and some veggies in a tortilla”), then it’s conceivable that this is something they could come up with.  On the other hand, just no.


6 Responses to “This is a burrito in Korea”

  1. blah says:

    A burrito it’s not, but it looks sort of delicious anyway.

  2. ashley says:

    completely lacking in flavor = not delicious.
    i should thrown some kimchi in it.

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  4. Caro says:

    I’m a burrito-loving Korean, and while I do agree that that particular burrito doesn’t look very mouth-watery at all, I just wanted to say that there are a few Mexican restaurants in Seoul that serve absolutely heavenly burritos (notably Taco Chili Chili in Itaewon; TCC also has branches in other parts of the city but the one in Itaewon is the best). They are really super hard to find, though.

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