|Place of origin||Korea|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour|
Hoppang is a warm snack sold throughout Korea. It is a pre-cooked ball of rice flour filled with something such as red bean paste, similar to Chinese dòushābāo. The hoppang is steamed to keep it warm and sold at small shops like 7-11, Buy the Way, and many small independent grocery stores throughout the winter months.
Hoppang is also commonly sold stuffed with meat, cheese, vegetables, or Korean sweet potato paste.
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- Kim Seong-yun (김성윤) (2006-11-29). 호빵이 생각난다, 따뜻했던 너 (in Korean). Choson Ilbo. Retrieved 2008-04-18.
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