I went to a new supermarket today, brought by a fellow professor at Sogagn kind enough to share his wheels with me. It was a huge supermarket underneath the World Cup soccer stadium, a store of the sort of scale familiar to Americans, only with the great and unusual things you find in Korean supermarkets. Mostly this was a matter of scale rather than selection, stuff I have described before, though I was happy to see individually plastic wrapped sushi pieces selling for 390 won (39 cents) each.


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