But in true Korean fashion, they’re learning fast & so are their communities. How fancy the chocolate seems indicates to that person how much you respect them, much more so than the true quality of the chocolate. A post shared by Max Gandy | Chocolate Travel ? The 2017 version of the secret chocolate stash of Emily Paek, owner and founder of the Public Chocolatory in Chuncheon, South Korea. Addmission is only ₩10000 (~$9USD) per person, or free if you pre-register online. Ghana-branded chocolates are produced with ingredients including cacao beans from Ghana in West Africa and milk, bringing forth a thick and soft taste. We can still see vestiges of honey butter and green tea (thankfully not together) around the marketplace, but flavor trends tend to hit in tsunamis and then quickly die down here. Bonbons, on the other hand, might have been appropriate, but had to be consumed quickly; health was a concern.