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Hankook Supermarket (Korean grocery store), Sunnyvale report

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Hankook Supermarket (Korean grocery store), Sunnyvale report

hhc | Jul 23, 2008 09:34 PM

My first time at Hankook, a Korean grocery store. Lots of interesting stuff to look at. They have many little sections to buy other stuff like cosmetics, Shiseido, music, shoes, there's a deli, baker village, etc.

You can buy roasted seaweed where a lady is roasting in what looks like a big toaster. You can get low-salt or salt, a package is $4.50

Chap jae (glass noodles) pre-packaged $4.5
pig's blood stuffed w/ rice $5 - cut up
shrimp & egg omelet $5

A ready-to-eat like salad bar
Marinated raw meats to bring home to cook up. They have spicy pork which I love

You can buy soju - didn't notice the prices. Many kinds available.

Cucumber kimchi was $3.99/lb
seasoned pork $4.99/lb
seasoned seaweed $7.99/lb
seasoned fishcake $5.99/lb

cold noodle in the freezer section $1.99/pk

Maeda-en Green Tea ice cream -1/2 gallon for $7.29
1 qtr of it regular price $4.99 on sale $2.99 when I went

Red bean ice cream sandwiches .99c a bar

Frozen natto packaged in the frozen section $1.99 a container

Stuff I bought:
Tube Zero (a tube flattener) $3.29
Mantion kimchi $5.99 a glass jar
Sambuja seeweed 9 pk for $2.99 sale price
Mitsuya Cider candy - $2.49 for a bag. Japanese frizzy candy.

They take credit card.

My total $15.03

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Hankook Supermarket
1092 E El Camino Real, Sunnyvale, CA

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