Korean Street Food: Breakfast in the Afternoon
The big one is my favorite, though. Sealed inside that layer of pancake is an entire egg. The cooking process solidifies it similar to a hard boiled egg, so it's not messy.
I've come across these just a few times, though I'm sure they're more common than that. It's called Egg Bread, unsurprisingly, or in Korean: Gyeran Bbang. I've read that they're more common in colder months, though the ones you see here were picked up in May on a fairly warm day. They run about 700 won (70 cents) each, or 3 for around 2000 won ($2). Prices vary, of course.