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Hi! My name is Lynn. I have been watching Maangchi’s YouTube channel for a while now.
I watch her making Korean food more than I make it myself. The reason for that is because I couldn’t find the grocery items I needed.
However, I am happy to say I found a Korean grocer locally. Items are a little pricey, but I can make stuff from time to time. :)
I found Mung Bean Starch so I am going to make myself some Mung Bean Jelly.
The only dish I have made so far (and is a favorite) is Bulgogi. :)
I hope your mungbean jelly turned out delicious!
Where are you located?? If you are around Midlothian There is Youngbin Kwan. There are two others, although I’m not sure exactly where they are. I can ask my husband.
Also, there is an H mart, or another big Korean market like that in NoVa/Washington DC. you can find ANYTHING you need there!
I live in Richmond. Yes, Youngbin Kwan is the Korean grocer at which I found my mung bean starch.
I was intimidated to visit. I don’t think many non Koreans visit the store.
I have yet to eat at the restaurant since they re-located to the former location of Red Lobster. I plan to go soon.
I have gone to the other Korean restaurant nearby. I got my food to go because I was too shy to eat inside.
I know, that must sound lame. However, I think the majority of their customers are Koreans. They seemed surprised to see me there.
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