Wordless Wednesday | Korean Food Haul


WELCOME to Wordless Wednesday Friends!

November flew by just like the autumn leaves and here we are standing on the month of December. A month, many would be busy preparing, for the holiday season. The biggest festive event of the year.

Did you get any good deals from Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales? I got several breathtaking beauty products online. So excited! Heads up for those who are interested to know what I’ve ordered, note that it would be featured under the weekly“Epic Beauty Snag” posts.

Needing to take a break from online shopping and since I was feeling better last weekend, my hunny bear decided to drive me to a new Korean Grocery Store which I haven’t been before. The store is called “Jang Teu” and just that you now, they have several other branches in the island.

LOL! More shopping and we ended up with lots of grocery snacks and I thought I’ll do a food haul to share what I picked from the Korean store.

Hope you’d enjoy this post.

I love trying snacks from different countries and my favorites are the rice cakes and dried squid. The anchovy granule is good to make soup base.

Many different type of kimchi and this one is radish kimchi instead of the napa cabbage. It’s much crunchy and add some sesame oil and sesame seed and you can eat it as a side dish. Kimchi is supposed to be a healthy side dish from what I’ve read.

Thanks for stopping by.

What is your favorite food or snack to pick at your Korean Grocery store? Comment what you find unique and leave your comments in the section below.

Sharon xoxo









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Hi Everyone, I'm Sharon! I'm obsessed with makeup and addicted to shopping. I love testing and reviewing beauty products and decided to translate my passion into writing blog posts to be shared with you guys. Enjoy reading! xoxo

16 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday | Korean Food Haul”

    1. I personally think food that has gone international are worth trying. I agree with you that many don’t know what they’re missing. Korean cuisine is based from the food which the cooks served to their Emperor and royalties centuries ago and was passed down from generations to generations until today.It’s so nice to live close to your Korean market. I wish there is a Korean store nearby.

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  1. Looks like you got some interesting goodies at that Korean store! I love the idea of trying foods from different places but when it comes right down to it I’m often too much of a wimp to actually try them lol

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