17 Korean Taco Recipes to Celebrate the 2018 Winter Olympics

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Have you ever had a Korean taco? If not, you are in for a TREAT! Popular in urban areas around the U.S. and Canada, the Korean taco is basically a perfect blending of Mexican and Korean cultures. Typically, the street food involves placing Korean-style fillings (such as bulgogi beef or kimchi) on top of a corn tortilla. Unsurprisingly, this delicacy originated in Los Angeles — a city known for its cultural diversity.

Roy Choi, the celebrated chef often credited with being one of the founders of the current food truck movement for his Korean taco truck Kogi, has said that tacos are his favorite Latin food. DUH! But it’s not enough to just enjoy tacos, we want to enjoy them in all walks of life — including when watching the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang this year. And what better way to celebrate the 2018 Olympics than with a perfect blend of Korean and Latin cultures? Behold 17 Korean taco recipes below that are sure to get you through every single day of watching skiing, ice skating, hockey, and every one of your favorite winter sports on display.

1. Spicy Korean Pork Tacos

Pork tacos are a classic dish, and these are going to be a FAVORITE on your list.

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