It looks like I'll be going to South Korea for a year or so. I know there is an LCDH in Seoul, but I haven't been able to find info on prices. Any know how much it is for say an average pc, robusto, etc?
"So, everyone that disagrees with you is a Venezuelan Communist. I see, that is interesting."-Presley
Well, you got me curious so I had to Google. If this site is right, not only is Seoul the best place to buy, it's the ONLY place.
No idea if the info is still current, but looks like someone was still posting to it until last summer.
I'm kinda jealous. I love Korean food -- which is not that easy to come by in upstate PA.
Kind of surprised those Cuban commies have not release a North Korean RE.
DKR RE: hints or bark, twigs and dried grass, with very earthy overtones.
Only one cigar will be made, as the materials were all eaten.
Cor: Steve, you have proven yourself to be a tremendous whack job.
Cubans in S. Korea are uber expensive and difficult to find. They average out to about $40-$50 a stick for just any average Cuban cigar. Because of that, the demand is low and it's very difficult to find them. Not many people can afford to smoke them on a regular basis at that price so very few places carry cubans. My bro in law is a huge cigar guy and he will usually just bring his own every time he goes there on business. He's actually talking to LFD about a deal to distribute to S. Korea