Where to Get the Cheesiest Korean Corndogs in the Metro

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Where to Get the Cheesiest Korean Corndogs in the Metro

Imagine this: You’re watching your favorite K-drama and the protagonist starts eating corndogs. As you drool over how delicious they look, your stomach rumbles and now you’re craving to eat one yourself.

We get you, and many entrepreneurs do too. You don’t have to go that far because those corndogs you see on K-dramas can be bought at a nearby store or delivered right to your doorstep. Here’s where you can find the cheesiest Korean corndogs in the metro!



Corndog 28 Philippines

From North to South, Corndog 28 Philippines is almost everywhere in the metro! Satisfy your cravings and order their Classic (P85), Jumbo (P99), Mozza (P99), Potato (P109), Mozza-Potato (P119), or their best sellers Full Mozza (P129) and Full Mozza Potato (P139). You can also order a Sulit Box (starts at P619) which consists of five different flavors and three to five Milkis yoghurt drinks.

Locations: AIC Grande Tower Pasig, Shoppesville Greenhills, Fairview Terraces, Puregold Caloocan, Ayala Malls Circuit, A Square Building Anonas, Festival Mall Alabang, Serendra Piazza, and more

Myungjang Korean Corndog

Myungjang Korean Corndog is situated conveniently inside malls so they’re not difficult to find. Choose six flavors from their menu: Myung Jang (P99), Combi-combi (P105), Chewy-mozza (P110), Potato Party (P120), and Cheddar Blossom (P125). If you’re ordering for the entire family, they have a Family Set which includes all flavors for P529 (save P30). Delivery is available through GrabFood and foodpanda.

Locations: 2/F SM North EDSA Bridgeway Carpark, 5/F Mega Food Hall SM Megamall, G/F SM Fairview Parkway, and 2/F Venice Grand Canal Mall

Chung Chun Rice Corndog Philippines

Originally from South Korea, Chung Chun Rice Corndog brings authentic flavors to the local market for an affordable price. Try their Original (P64), Potato (P84), Cheddar (P84), Mozzarella (P84), Whole Mozza (P94), Cheddar Potato (P104), Mozza Potato (P104), or Double Cheese (P114) and see for yourself! Loyal customers are also in for a treat with their Loyalty Card promo where you can get an Original Corndog on your 10th order. The promo is valid for dine-in, takeout, and delivery until Dec. 31.

Locations: Garden Heights, E. Rodriguez Avenue / UP Town Center, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City

101 Korean Hotdog

101 Korean Hotdog is another corndog shop to look out for, especially for those who live in the South. Get one of their signature corndogs — Classic (P100), Mozzarella (P120), Potato (P120), and Cheddar Cheese (P120) — and satisfy your cravings. Delivery is also available through GrabFood and foodpanda.

Locations: Ayala Malls Manila Bay, Paranaque City / Estancia Mall at Capitol Commons, Pasig City / Food Court Building B SM Bicutan

Gorae Hotdog Philippines

All the way from South Korea, Gorae Hotdog Philippines serves corndogs using authentic Korean products and traditional methods when preparing the dough. They offer different options for coatings like breadcrumbs, potatoes, and even ramen noodles.

Order their Gorae (P65), Jumbo (P100), Mozza Jumbo (P100), Mochi Jumbo (P100), Rainbow (P100), Cheddar Jumbo (P130), or Whole Mozzarella (P130) through GrabFood, foodpanda, or PICK•A•ROO. For P25, you can ask for add-ons like extra cheese and ramen or potato coating.

Korean Corndogs PH

Looking for corndogs with a twist? Korean Corndogs PH can give you something unique. Apart from the usual hotdog fillings, you can opt for Spam (P115) and Angus Beef Franks (P120). They also have a Honeycured Bacon (P30) option for the filling’s coatings. If you think you can’t finish an entire corndog and want to share, they have a Mini Corndog set (three pieces) for P140.

Message their Instagram to order. Delivery will be via Grab, Lalamove, Angkas, or Joyride. They also offer ready-to-cook corndogs so you can fry one at home if your cravings suddenly hit and no stores are open.

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