Ach so! Baeckerei & Konditorei, Seoul, Korea

July 2, 2009 at 10:58 am 7 comments

Ach so! bakeryAnother country, another mission to find German culinary treats. Leibspeise was very successful and made an impromptu visit to Ach So! Baeckerei & Konditorei in Seoul. Finding the shop was not very tricky, a large “Neueroeffnung” sign welcomed us and pretty much every sign was written in German. Once we entered the Bakery, we found it full of German books, children fairytale tapes (who owns tape players these days especially in Korea 😉 ), posters, maps, and even a Werner and a Wetten Dass Book! And of course we were delighted to see lots of German bread and bread rolls on the shelves.

Auch so! VollkornbrotThe Korea shop keeper was happy to chat away in German with us. The Bakery was founded by a Korean, who used to live in Dortmund and became a German Baker Master there. The shop is closely located to the German embassy and German school, so clearly many Germans call in, but also Koreans fancy German bread as it is considered to be very healthy.

Leibspeise liked it a lot at Ach so! bakery and we were even treated to a yummy ‘Belegtes Broetchen mit Kaese und Wurst’, a rare find in countries where dairy products and processed meat are alien to the local cuisine. Leibspeise recommends to say hello to the Korean bakers, have a chat and enjoy all the German little bits and pieces in the shop.

Ach so! menu Ach so! belegtes Broetchen

Ach So! DeutschsammelsuriumWetten Dass in Seoul ?


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7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. flashplayer  |  July 6, 2009 at 6:10 pm


  • 2. Julius  |  July 7, 2009 at 2:20 am

    I can’t believe you find these places! nice.

  • 3. suz  |  July 21, 2009 at 9:54 pm


    you’re never far from home where there is stulle mit schinken, wa

  • 4. Found: Good bread in Seoul « Foundatron  |  January 16, 2010 at 7:08 am

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    If you are interested, I am selling German and English books…
    Especially Christmas picture books are hot sellers right now.

    Looking forward to get a replay and I can send you my phone number and some examples.

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