âMochiâ has an attractive, chewy texture that fills your mouth. Since ancient times, mochi has been loved by many for its light yet subtle sweetness. Nowadays, places that offer fusion mochi using unique ingredients such as chocolate, strawberries, and butter are popping up one by one, adding to the fun of picking and eating. It has a unique flavor and has established itself as one of the favorite desserts of the younger generation after cake and bread. From popular rice cake shops that are popular all over the country to places that quietly show off their devotion in a local alley! Grab a rice cake map and go on a pilgrimage to rice cake places all over the country.
Five rice cake shops were selected each from Seoul, Gyeonggi & Incheon, Gangwon, Chungcheong, Gyeongsang, Busan, Jeolla, and Jeju on Shikishin's 'National Rice Cake Map'.
If you look at the selected major rice cake shops, you can also find stores that sell only one type of mochi, such as mangae mochi, daifuku, kijeong mochi, and Ibuk-style Injeolmi. Busan's âMyeongga Rice Cake Shopâ, Jecheon's âDengsil Bunsikâ, and Jeju's âJinah Rice Cake Shopâ have been featured in famous media and are loved by local residents as well as tourists. It also includes stores where you can find mochi by courier, such as âNam Cine Rice Cake Shopâ in Daejeon, âDonghae Kijeong Mochiâ in Gangneung, âChangbak Rice Cake Shopâ in Gwangju, and âHundred Years Flower Shopâ in Seoul.
I would like to express my regret to rice cake shops all over the country that have not been selected, and I hope that mochi, a traditional Korean dessert, will develop further in the future.