A must drink in Korea

16:53 Yannie 28 Comments

I was away for a 6 days holiday in Korea. Sorry folks for not visiting your blogs. I promise, I will try to complete it as soon as possible, after I have settled my laundry at home and my piled up jobs at my work station.

We reached Korea on 3 June 6am. The first thing that I spent my Korean Won was this banana milk from 7-Eleven at Incheon International Airport. It comes in 4 different flavours. Each carton costs 1200 won (RM3.50)
I have heard a lot about it and this was my first time tasting it. I love it because it is healthy and yummy. I took it every morning to ease my bowel movement during the trip.
I tell ya! The heartthrob charms Wu Chun from Taiwan and Lee Min-Ho from Korea are also loving it.
Don't forget to try this banana milk when you see it, and tell me whether you like it.  

28 comments:

  1. i love banana milk.. and good to know that you are enjoying your trip..have fun Yan and take care

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  2. Welcome home.. guess it sure fun! Shall wait for your updates ya.. :D Do it taste any close to our Vitagen of Yakult since the bottles look like one.. I am one that don't fancy any milk stuff except for chocolate..

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  3. Hey, you are back on the blogsphere, missed reading your blog updates. I saw some blogger moms blogging about the banana milk, not a milk person myself but looks like yummy with banana flavour. I love bananas.

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  4. welcome back!! so you've been to Korean.. hehe, i knew before this post from the photo you tagged Yvonne in facebook~~ :p

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  5. eih, your sister didn't help you to spam woh.. instead you left her so much work that she doesn't have time to spam for herself also~~ :D

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  6. have not been to Korea lah.. everybody seems to been to Korea and Japan, but they are still in my wish list only..

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  7. hehehe, celebrity effect marketing!! ok, i will remember to try this banana milk if i go to Korea later.. 1200 won is not expensive at all..

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  8. Havent been to Korea. My main concern is the food cos lotsa Korean dishes I don't like. Looking forward to read more from your blog.

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  9. I like everything banana. And I think I don't mind having this every morning. Does it taste sourish or sweet? I prefer the latter one :)

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  10. hey, don't worry about not visiting our blog. just take care of your stuff first. can't wait to read more of your trip :)

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  11. Almost everyone whom I know have visited or will visit Korea. Really tempting me to visit Korea too! And I must try this banana milk if I visit Korea.

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  12. Woo this drink must be very healthy and nice to drink..Can't wait to read from your Korea trip. Thanks for the chocolate.

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  13. Wah no wonder u gone missing Le....
    Have good holiday in Korea .....

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  14. I bet all ur kids r ver excited n happy to have their school holiday in Korea...
    I have not travel to Korea b4....

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  15. I guess the weather in Korea is quite nice right...
    U r so lucky... Here is like a sauna....

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  16. Everybody who goes to Korea MUST drink this banana milk :)

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  17. I like the Korean pine shoots drink....

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  18. is it a yogurt milk?? it does look great... reminds me of Yakult actually.

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  19. hi yan, guess you must lots to tell us about your trip. i hv not tried this banana milk..actually now reminds me of a banana ketchup that i see in some blogs recently. Have a good day!

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  20. Ooo..can't wait to read about your trip to Korea. So note to myself, if I ever do go to Korea to try this banana milk. I must ask those friends of mine who went to Korea whether they've tried or not.

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  21. welcome back. look like our vitagen drink. do they have it here?

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  22. welcome home. Ooo....must remember this drink then

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  23. Welcome home! Oh you went to Korea..nice. I didn't know about this banana milk, must be delicious.

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  24. I saw a similar Korean banana milk at a Korean food fair here some time ago. Should have bought one to try hehe. Looking forward to read about your awesome holiday!

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  25. Welcome back. I'm sure it is a fun trip for the kids. Looking forward to read your post about your holidays and photos of Korea!

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  26. thks for the info, will try this drink when i'm there :)

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  27. I simply love it! I think I saw this milk selling in Cold Storage in KL.

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  28. its called banana uyu..hihi..its very tasty..bought it everyday when i was there..but bought the nearly expired one (still in a a week plus) it cost cheaper..2500won for 4..instead of 4400 for 4..cheaper.gone in 1 day...lol

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