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delphinchen #1
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Subject: Kimchi and Doenjang in Germany?
Hello everyone. 만나게 되어서 반갑습니다. (I am glad to meet you all.)
I am a college student studying in Korea and currently planning a visit to Germany this summer.
During the visit, I'd also go see my boyfriend in Muenchen.
And I was thinking, maybe I will make him some Korean dish so that he can enjoy.
Then I came up with the question about if there is any Korean market in small or big cities in Germany.

Since I have never been to Germany before, I would very much love to hear from people with experience.

Danke :)
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henchan (Former member) #2
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Hello delphinchen,
I don´t live in Munich, so I cannot help you. But I am sure, that there are not only some korean
shops but also asian food shops.
Here in Berlin (and I think, also in other cities) asian food shops sell chinese, japanese, korean, thai
vietnamese and so on food.
I think, in munich you´ll find a shop.
delphinchen #3
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Subject: Thank you for such a good information.
I am also going to Berlin this summer, and I think I should open my eyes wide and try to buy and compare the asian food in Berlin to the ones I normally had in Korea.

Thank you once again.
henchan (Former member) #4
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I just found it in Internet.
Maybe you could find anything here:

Asia Feinkost (Shop name)
Mozartstr. 3 (Near Goetheplatz)
80336 Muenchen
Phone: 089 – 53 19 06

The shop owner is supposed to be Korean. So maybe you could call him, when you
are in munich and ask him, if he sells korean products, which you want to buy.
I just found this information in another forum. In that forum, someone said, that
the owner is korean, so I think, you can speak in korean language.

Good luck.
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iGEL (Administrator) #5
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Hi!

You will find asia shops even in smaller towns (maybe 100,000 People and up), but for a Korean, most shops might be disappointing. Unless they are run by Koreans, they usually have only a few Korean goods (and are very expensive). I'm not from Munich eighter, but I'm sure, there are some good Korean shops.

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Soju #6
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Dear Delphinchen,

I am from Munich and I can tell you that there are a lot of Asian Shops so you don't have to worry about it :-)
As "Henchan" mentioned before there is one Korean Shop in the Mozartstrasse 3 (한국식품점)which is run by a very nice old Couple ;-)
However you can find also Korean Products in other Asian Shops ( Vietnamese, Thai , Chinese ).

Welcome to Germany and especially to Munich my Hometown!
delphinchen #7
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Wow, thank you all!
Really appreciated all of your answers.

It is amazing how one can find out so much about a land one has never been to by help of forums just like this one :) If there's anything I can help with, I'll be pleased to be let know.


Soon I will come back with a few other questions that have been going on in my mind recently.

Bis dann, tschüss!
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