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Where to Find Crispy, Cheese-Stuffed Korean Corn Dogs in DFW

These five shops are slinging the metroplex’s trendiest snack

An array of crispy, panko-crusted corn dogs sitting on white paper atop a wooden board
So many cheesy, potato-crusted options await
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Dallas loves nothing more than an over-the-top food trend, and Korean hot dogs definitely deliver. Similar to the traditional, American-style corn dog, Korean dogs are often crusted in potato or panko and stuffed with fillings like squid ink and cheese.

Both visually interesting and totally decadent, these snacks on a stick are both perfect Instagram fodder and a top-notch cure for the munchies. Over the past several months, corn dog shops have started to pop up all over DFW, serving their own unique riffs on the classic Korean street food snack. Here’s where to find them.

Oh! K Dog & Egg Toast

Home to two trendy Korean street foods — cheesy egg toasts are also on the menu — Oh K Dog serves twelve different types of corn dog, and they’re all worth a try. There’s the Classic Dog, which just involves a weiner dipped in batter and crusted in panko, or the Squid Dog, which is dipped in a squid ink batter and stuffed with mozzarella cheese. The end of the dog is also cut to resemble a squid, make this an especially adorable snack. For folks who aren’t into hot dogs, Oh! K Dog also serves skewered and batter-dipped rice cakes.

Oh! K Dog, 2625 Old Denton Road, Carrollton

K-Dogs

Located in the second floor food court at Frisco’s Stonebriar Centre mall, everything on the menu at K-Dogs is served on a stick. There’s classic cheesy corn dogs, in both the Korean style and with a traditional cornmeal batter, along with sour cream and onion twisted potatoes. Wash it all down with a freshly squeezed strawberry lemonade.

K-Dogs, 2601 Preston Road, Frisco

Unicorndog Irving

Tucked into a tiny, bright yellow space that’s drive-thru only, Unicorndog is worth the drive out to Irving. Here, find corn dogs crusted with Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, bacon, and stuffed with jalapeno-cheddar franks. For dessert, find funnel cakes and towering cups of shaved ice topped with ice cream.

Unicorndog, 3048 Belt Line Road, Irving

Two Hands Seoul Fresh Corn Dogs

Trends collide at this Grand Prairie newcomer, where Korean corn dogs dipped in spicy, Nashville-style seasoning await. Two Hands is known for its signature seasoning and sauce blend, which balances spicy, sweet, and savory. Horchata slushies, tater tots showered in Hot Cheetos crumbles, and classic American-style corn dogs are also on the menu.

2625 West Pioneer Parkway, Suite 213, Grand Prairie

Frank Seoul Frisco

This self-described “fried snack cafe” serves nine different types of corn dog, ranging from dogs stuffed with cream cheese and jalapeno sausage to cheese on a stick and the Seoul Ang Dog, which is filled with red bean paste. Diners can even combine slices of cheese-stuffed corn dog with chewy tteokbokki in one dish.

9292 Warren Parkway, Suite 130, Frisco

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