Bugak is a traditional Korean snack similar to potato chips. The crisps were basically made with dried vegetables, seaweed and then fried with rice porridge batter. It originated from the Buddhist Temples as a light, nutritious snack for traveling monks.
Tigak Taegak originated from the city of Sokcho, famous for its beach resorts and seafood markets. The seaweed from this region is rich in nutrients and flavor. Tigak Taegak is a low calorie, GMO-free, vegan friendly snack for people of all ages.