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Hiromi Miura's Lotte Sandwiches review

I visited Seoul, South Korea on September with my husband, and I was able to meet two kinds of sandwich biscuits that were somewhat like "custard creams" in Britain. ( I am Japanese but I have had LYONS' custard creams in London)

One had pineapple flavoured cream and the other had orange flavoured cream. The biscuit itself had a moist texture, so I thought it might be better to call it a shortbread rather than a biscuit. Both pineapple and orange creams tasted good and were fresh fruit flavours.

They were manufactured by Lotte Confectionary in South Korea. There were two snack packs in a box and each pack had six biscuits. I can read these Korean letters on the package: "ROTE SANDU"...maybe.... ROTE means "Lotte",which is the manufacturer's name and SAND means "sandwich".

It costs 700 W (around 45p)per a box. I heard that the"pineapple cream biscuit" has been in South Korea for 30 years soon, and was so popular there. It seemed to me that "pineapple cream biscuit" were available at most convenience stores and supermarkets in Seoul, South Korea, while "orange cream biscuit" were not so easy to find out and get.

By the way, the little stone man behind the orange is "TON HARU BAN", which means "grandfather made of stone", (I am sorry,I am not Korean,so I do not know in detail.) You can meet the little stone man at CHEJU-island where is the largest and the most famous island in South Korea. I have never met him.