I was greated, as I aways am, by Mr. Kim. Mr. Kim wears a headset microphone that is broadcast throughout the store. From what I've heard he is telling everyone about how this is the best market and their produce is fresher than the market next door. This is something that is done at a lot of markets. Whenever I say anything about English he makes this sour face and says "English?! No thank you!" From what I can tell, that is all the English he knows. It might sound unfriendly, but it doesn't seem that way in person. I'm 80% sure he's just joking around.
Which one is green tea? At the Lotte Super, which is a little further away, they have boxes with some English. At this market, there were 3 in English (lavender, chamomile, something else). I know what you're thinking. You're thinking you probably could pick out the green tea by the box, but I'm not sure it's that simple.
Here's the foreign food section. Peanut butter up top! A1 sauce and "nacho cheese" are found here too.
Strawberry Nutella? What country is this from?
Off to the meat counter. Tonight I accidentially paid $18 for meat. Last time I went, they had the bulgogi meat I wanted already prepared for a normal price. This time they did not have the meat already prepared, so I asked for it. The butcher went back to the fridge and grabbed a huge slab of beef and cut it how I wanted it. Then at the register I saw the price. I played it cool.
Then I had to go. This was a quick trip. There's the other Mr. Kim in the back on the left.