Thursday, August 16, 2012

Dry Ice

I've mentioned before that dry ice just seems more common here, like I never saw it in America. But here if you buy something cold, it comes with dry ice to keep it cold on your journey home.  My ice cream store asks me how long it takes to go home and will give me the amount of ice depending on my journey.

The other day I was out shopping and it was a particularly hot day. A cosmetic shop had set out a lot of dry ice for customers to stand by and cool down with. It was genius actually, as not only was I attracted to the shop because of it, but while you bask in its cool air, you start looking around at the items in the shop.


Kong Huei Shan said...

Hi, I came across your blog while searching for where to buy dry ice in Seoul. Would you be able to advice on where I can buy dry ice in Seoul? Hope to hear from you. Would be nice if you could reach me at otherwise I will check back your blog.

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