As part of their celebration, South Korea’s largest themepark has put the flower on its corn dogs – and wow, they do look appetizing!
This year’s Tulip Festival in the park, which is located at Yongin city, Gyeonggi-do province, began on March 16 and it is expected to reach its climax next weekend, April 29, according to Visit Korea.
South Korea’s version of corn dog is a bit different than the ones being sold in the United States.
The batter that they use is more akin to pancakes or waffle batter than the corn-based one they use in the U.S., Kotaku reported.
Everyone seems to enjoy Everland’s tulips corn dog – from kids to adults.
Makes you wonder if the design has some sort of flavor or if it’s just there for the aesthetics.
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