is Korean Street food really healthy to consume? in comparison with New York City food stamps, street food in South Korea just might be healthy after all. most food stands in New York City are based in Manhattan, and mainly Sabrett hot dog stands on almost every corner surrounding Times Square. so Brett hotdog stands also cater healthy food such as grilled chicken kebabs. But they mostly serve hot dogs which are allegedly compressed pig parts and processed potato knishes. Hotdogs and knishes are fattening. Oriental people do have a high tendency to eat healthier. So in this case, Korean food just might be healthy after all. If New York City had more Korean and healthy food stamps on corners in Manhattan and other parts of the Big Apple, New Yorkers would, in DNN's opinion, would be healthier year-round.
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