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What kind of Chocolate is there in Korea?

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What kind of Chocolate is there in Korea?

Postby rooraa » January 1st, 2010 10:18 am

I have a penpal who really likes Chocolate and I want to send her some chocolate.
I don't want to send chocolates that you can get in Korea though....

Can anyone recommend some kinds of chocolates?
Is there Ferrero Rocher Chocolate in Korean?

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Re: What kind of Chocolate is there in Korea?

Postby manyakumi » January 4th, 2010 12:58 am

rooraa wrote: Is there Ferrero Rocher Chocolate in Korean?


Yes, there is.
And that's all I can say about this.

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Postby rooraa » January 4th, 2010 1:00 am

lol Thanks for that then ^_^

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Postby koreageng » February 22nd, 2010 7:37 pm

yes of course you can buy it in almost every lotte mart and co. And btw there is no real chocolate in Korea only ***CENSORED*** full of fat :D Maybe you can find some lindt at best.

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Postby AndyS1987 » April 20th, 2010 10:47 am

I'd recommend some Lindt chocolates for sure. Last time I was preparing to be in Korea I bought probably $100 worth of Lindt chocolates to bring as gifts for meeting people. The chocolates were a big hit with my gf's friends, coworkers, and family. The truffles are amazing and everyone loves them. Also, even though I don't like it, the white chocolate/coconut bars were a big hit. I didn't see any Lindt chocolates in Korea, although I'm sure you can get them somewhere, but I think they're pretty safe and most people haven't had them.

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Re: What kind of Chocolate is there in Korea?

Postby masaevbekhan_227271 » November 13th, 2014 4:01 pm

Tootsie is a chocolate candy that has been manufactured in the United States since 1896. The candy has qualities similar to both caramels and taffy without being exactly either type, and does not melt while being transported during hot summer months and another is Pepero which is a cookie stick, dipped in compound chocolate, manufactured by Lotte Confectionery in South Korea since 1983.

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Re: What kind of Chocolate is there in Korea?

Postby team.relationships » November 20th, 2014 2:36 pm

Hello everyone!

Thanks you for sharing your chocolate experiences! :D

Have a great day everyone!
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