Top 10 Most Unique Cakes in Korea
Updated: Jul 16, 2021
South Korea has become well known for many things, such as K-pop, K-drama, technology, beauty products etc.. However, one lesser known fact is that South Korea has one of the best and most unique cakes in the world. From cakes designed to look like poop, to exotic flavors like purple sweet potato cakes, you can find the most interesting cake flavors and designs here. Wonderful has been helping clients purchase and deliver custom cakes in South Korea for years, and based on past requests and research, we collected the most unique cakes we had come across for you to enjoy, or hate on, depending on your tastes. 😂
Cake designed to look like freshly baked poop with flies on top. They seem popular though.
The most amazing thing about these cake designs is that everything is fully edible, even the flowers, and images.
With this place, you can literally send a photo of your pet and they would make a cake in their likeness... (ish).
The name pretty much sums it up, it is a cake, made from Korean traditional rice cake. They come with different designs, and they seem to have good reviews.
The cakes are made to resemble fluffy white terriers... fresh from the bakery.
Thankfully they are made to only look like avocados.
This place specializes in intricate printed designs of cakes. You should be able to submit your own custom design as well.
You have probably seen videos of these cakes being made on YouTube, you can get them in Seoul too.
Regarding our pricing, we charge for the time taken working on your request at 800 KRW/min (There is a 15% discount for first time users), and you can get a refund on the remaining time within 3 months. Most cake and flower orders take around 40~60 minutes to fulfil though this varies depending on your situation. There are NO processing fees when you pay us via bank wire transfer. (You will pay only the cost of the item(s)). When we charge your bank card, there is an 8.5% processing fee that goes to the payment processor for their services. We do NOT benefit from this fee. For more information regarding our pricing, please follow this link.
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