where can I buy a simple coffee grinder in this beautiful country???
Depends on what you want and how much you're willing to spend, but they are pretty plentiful if you know where to look.
If you want a cheap whirly blade thing (not the best), just go to any branch of Starbucks. Costs about 50 bucks. They also have a better burr grinder that is over 100 bucks which would do a fairly good job.
Many of the major supermarket chains sell wooden antique style grinders, but again I wouldn't recommend them as they are mere immitations of quality brands like Zassenhaus and Peugeot.
I love my coffee and insist on a fresh grind, but wasn't willing to spend 100's of dollars on a coffee grinder. So after a lot of research in coffee forums I settled on this little beauty from Japan
which received very positive reviews. Not much too look at, but it has a ceramic conical burr that can be adjusted according to the fineness of the grind. And yes it's manual, but a small arm work out in the morning ain't going to do you know harm. By the way it's called a Hario Skeleton coffee grinder in English.
If you want to browse other coffee grinders on gmarket check this link
Btw shopping online is easy, especially at gmarket. Just go to gmarket.co.kr click on the english link and all the instructions are in English. Multiple payment methods as well if you don't have a credit card.
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