Korean fruits are so frickin fresh. Ok actually, everything is so fresh here. I kid you not, the strawberries here have a completely different taste from strawberries in America. In the US, strawberries are usually tart and are sweeter if theyre overripe. Korean strawberries are sweet from the first bite, regardless of ripeness (their flavor is also kinda different).
I had boiled eggs for breakfast and I was surprised to find that the membrane film was super thick as was the eggshell. The yolk was also a vibrant yellow (not a trace of a dull grey). I’m pretty sure this indicates freshness and also good quality care for the chickens themselves.
Korean milk tastes so good! Usa has certain milk laws that basically gets them to nuke everything in it, including the good bacteria that you’ll often find in yogurts and stuff. So it has no flavor. But korean laws are much different (and I’m guessing their animals are well cared for) so the milk retains much of the good bacteria. It has a very rich roasted taste to it. As a result, milk products (like cream, smoothies, cakes) are also very delicious.