Since I love eating food (you probably do too I assume) here are some pictures of my first Auntie Anne's pretzel. Although there are locations in Canada, there were no locations near my home in BC. Regardless, South Koreans are crazy about Auntie Anne's pretzels just like they are crazy about Krispy Kreme. There are always huge line ups for fresh pretzels! EDIT: Here's a fresh picture of their line ups taken today!
For 2000w ($2USD) you can wrap your hands around fresh baked pretzel. I didn't take a picture of the line up because I was too busy holding my place in the free-for-all line up. If you leave too much room in front of you, it's very easy to lose your place in line (beware of ajumas!). So don't be shy, rest your body on the person's back in front of you! Here's some pretzel love coming your way:
They can cut your pretzel into bite size pieces for you (most people opted for this, including us). Do they do this back home too?
Here's the bag...
...and here's the inside: my sour cream 'n onion flavored pretzel (I have also tried almond and cinnamon sugar too):
Auntie Anne's guarantees that your pretzel will be perfect--so far, no complaints from me. But if I ever run into a problem, it would be one heck of a charades game to explain the guarantee. Maybe I'll bring along the print out with me at all times (in Korean of course) just for safety's sake (or NOT!):
Sooo...any Auntie Anne's pretzel lovers out there? Are they the best pretzels ever, or what?