Chalboribbang is a type of small and sweet pancakes made from glutinous barley flour. It consists of two layers of pancake, and a spread made from azuki bean. It is translated as "glutinous barley bread" or "sticky barley bread" into English. Chalboribbang is a local specialty food of Gyeongju, a northeast city of South Korea, known as a popular tourist destination in South Korea. The bread began to be sold at a bakery right beside the entrance of Gyeongju Express Terminal and parking lot of Cheonmachong. The barley flour is made from glutinous barley harvested in fields of Gyeongju and near areas. Its shape is round and flat and its texture is similar to glutinous sponge cake.