I had a colleague go to visit family in Korea and since she knows I have a blog about Costco, she sent some pictures of some of the unique items you can find in a Korean Costco! Personally I’m pretty jealous of the Sashimi and Sushi sections over there – and I’m sure my daughter would love some of their noodles and seafood! These pictures are from Costco in Busan, South Korea . Apparently, that Costco location is crazy. “People just milling around banging into each other. Made my blood pressure skyrocket.” So I really appreciate the pictures! Thanks Yenie! It makes me wonder if things can actually get more terrible than Richmond? Maybe I will have to take a trip!
When we were traveling this winter, every time we went to a new city, we had to visit a grocery store to stock up on baby items – diapers, baby food, toddler snacks. Navigating through a foreign grocery store was always an interesting experience. I did wish that there were more Costco stores along our trip – it would have been nice to see some familiar products and brands.
Anyways, If you are trying to do the currency conversion, 10,000 South Korean Won is equal to about $11 Canadian. I’ll see you all tomorrow! I heard that air conditioners are on clearance right now and that Halloween Costumes are now in! I’ll have pictures of everything tomorrow!