Found a new place to buy Homemade Kimchee!

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I stumbled across this little Korean Market on my way to lunch at On Dong Chinese Restaurant. This store is located on King Street, right past Kaheka and before Kalakaua Avenue. They sell bottles and bottles of assorted kimchees and mouth-watering side dishes. I did not buy any kimchee today, but will be back and let you know how it tastes. What I bought today was 2 bags of homemade Mandoo (Korean Dumplings) filled with meat, pork and vegetables.  One bag for me and one bag for my friend. They also have Kimchee Mandoo too, but I only got the Pork and Beef with Veggies. It comes in a bag of 45 Mandoos for $25. They are 80% cooked, then frozen so the great thing is you can stick the bag of Mandoo in your freezer and whenever you want to eat some, just pull out what you want.You can eat as a meal or appetizer or snack. They can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, deep-fried, thrown into Saimin or you can also make Mandoo Duk Gook (Mandoo Mochi Soup- traditionally eaten on New Years Day.)

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I stumbled across this little Korean Market on my way to lunch at On Dong Chinese Restaurant. This store is located on King Street, right past Kaheka and before Kalakaua Avenue. They sell bottles and bottles of assorted kimchees and mouth-watering side dishes. I did not buy any kimchee today, but will be back and let you know how it tastes. What I bought today was 2 bags of homemade Mandoo (Korean Dumplings) filled with meat, pork and vegetables.  One bag for me and one bag for my friend. They also have Kimchee Mandoo too, but I only got the Pork and Beef with Veggies. It comes in a bag of 45 Mandoos for $25. They are 80% cooked, then frozen so the great thing is you can stick the bag of Mandoo in your freezer and whenever you want to eat some, just pull out what you want.You can eat as a meal or appetizer or snack. They can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, deep-fried, thrown into Saimin or you can also make Mandoo Duk Gook (Mandoo Mochi Soup- traditionally eaten on New Years Day.)

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