Fish cake is eaten by frying, boiling, and hotbars! If you want to see the various types of fish cake, there is no better place than the International Market. Here, the quality and quantity of the fish cakes are different than anywhere else. The hotbars that can be eaten on the streets is usually 1000 won and has various ingredients such as matsal, sesame leaf, and rice cake.
Busan has another word for fish cakes. ‘Ganddo’.
If fish cakes are made into a side dish it is called denbbura and if it is put on a wooden stick and boiled in anchovy soup it is ‘ganddo’. Ganddo is the best form of fish cake in winter as road food. At the Korean snack restaurant at the International Market, ‘mooldduk’ along with ‘ganddo’ is famous. I recommend eating one ganddo and one mooldduk. Mooldduk is usually 800 won.