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What is this a picture of? If you guessed strawberries, you are only partially right. These are amazing, delicious, candy sweet, Korean strawberries. When the strawberries first make their way into the markets and grocery stores, a container like this one (about the same as a US strawberry container) sells for around $10 (10,000 won). After they have been out for a little while they sell for around $5. And let me tell you, they are worth every penny (won). In fact, they are probably worth a visit to Korea, just to sample some (hint, hint, family and friends!).

  • Susan - I love all your updates Amber! Miss the morning crew at FTCF. Hope you’re doing fabulously well!!ReplyCancel

  • André - Not only are they delicious, I love how they are so neatly and carefully packed, with a layer of cushioning between the layers and at the bottom of the package! The Korean Strawberry Growers Association could use this as a marketing image!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Great pic! I cannot stop eating strawberries. We have been through two cartons in less than 24 hours. They have dropped to $3.99 at the commissary!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly - I love that you took a picture of this. Whenever I open a carton of strawberries here they look so beautiful and are so perfectly arranged I want to snap a photo. We used to go strawberry picking every year in Virginia and those were good, but I don’t know, there’s just something about these Korean berries. They are scrumptious!ReplyCancel