Crazy Korean things I saw in Seoul
Did you ever had a business idea that you thought would be too crazy, so you never followed it through? You probably weren’t in Seoul at the time.
Here is everything I came across in Seoul that made me wonder. Crazy products and special service make the city an eldorado for interesting inventions. Especially in the beauty sector.
How to stop nipple fondle attacks: use a nipple concealer.
Placenta Revital Essential Mask.
Donate a tissue.
Make your nose full of happiness. If you have the typical ‘long’ nose of a westerner, you will be considered very attractive in Asia. Nose lengthening is a pretty popular surgical procedure in South Korea.
DIY nose lengthening.
For a beautiful smile.
This is to massage the chin. I think.
What Tornado’s can do for you.
Flossing with Dr. Apple from the Hello Kitty dentist department.
South Korea knows – true beauty comes from within.
For those on a diet.
Low Calorie Diet Water. Probably the best marketing strategy ever.
In the energy drinks department, Red Bull stands no chance.
Tiny bottles for all health and beauty problems. Coke is boring.
Oily water is Watery Oil.
Wanna be baby skin? Use green tea!
Time travel with da cream.
For white eyelids.
Knock off meat is not spam but a best seller in South Korea.
Oktoberfest sized beer is for pussies.
Traditional Korean porn food, called tteokbokki.
Not clashing but matching! The principles of love and beauty in South Korea is a whole other post.
Summer couple fashion.
Yes of course! Pizza Hut and McDonald’s do home delivery.
Cars look like matchboxes and have foam blocks on their doors.
Some cars are matchboxes.
I can’t help but staring at Korean Wanna-Be-Sweet men.
Guys get BB cream, kids get eye cancer.
Don’t get poked in the eye by smartphone TV on Seoul’s metro.
Psy. No corner without Psy. The Korean rapper that gave us Gangnam style now gives us fridges, copy paper, beauty lotions, instant noodles, liquor… and birds?
If going for Psy, this is the best of the product range.
Traditional Korean drinks.
And last but not least – eat your Kimchi! Which comes in all shapes and tastes.
Cheers to the cool craziness that is Seoul!