Place of origin South Korea
Serving temperature Warm
Main ingredients Wheat flour, Red bean paste, Walnut
Cookbook: Ttongppang  Media: Ttongppang
Hangul 똥빵
Revised Romanization Ttongppang

Ttongppang (똥빵, literally feces bread or "poo bread") or Ddongbbang is a Korean bread sold at street markets. It has a unique shape of human feces. It is filled with red bean paste with walnut kernel and sold about 1000 won (86¢). It is originated from Insa-dong, Seoul, South Korea.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

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  1. "이름도 독특한 '똥빵'을 아시나요?(인사동 쌈지,똥치미가 만든 똥빵)" [Do you know the unique name "Ttongppang"?]. JoongAng Ilbo. May 9, 2013.
  2. "서울 인사동의 이색 주전부리 '똥빵' 먹어보셨나요". 국제신문 [International Newspapers. August 25, 2013.
  3. "【グルメ】見た目がウンチの韓国スイーツ「トンパン」日本に上陸! 匂いも食感も申し分ない逸品と判明". Rocket News. June 30, 2014.
  4. "뚜벅이들의 만찬, '코스 요리' 안 부러워". The Hankyoreh. October 23, 2013.
  5. "Those POO-r Seouls! Bizarre toilet-themed South Korean cafe serves lattes in loo mugs and scones shaped like dog faeces". Daily Mail. 17 August 2015. Coiled scones: The poop-shaped scones can be served inside a squat toilet dish, or served alone on a napkin
  6. "[Weekender] Street pastries that are uniquely Korean". Korea Herald. 2015-06-05. Ddongbbang is a soft, cake-like bread that is shaped like a pile of poo and is stuffed with various fillings, the most popular being red bean paste
  7. "The Scoop on Poop in South Korea". The Huffington Post. November 10, 2014. ...vendors sell ddongbbang, poop-shaped pastries stuffed with red bean paste and nuts...

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