Coca Cola LogoIt this latest part of this Korean Snack Series we’re looking at 5 different Coca-Cola brand sodas. In Korean it’s writing as 코카콜라. Some of these you’ll know whilst one or two you might not. Of course Coca-Cola is a world super brand, with products sold officially in every country in the world apart from North Korea & Cuba (at this point in time). Coca-Cola is a multi billion dollar company and a market leader.

The 5 different sodas we looked at where the following;

  • Coca Cola – The original and maybe best type of cola drink. Dating back to 1886.
  • Powerade – A sports drink with comes in a few different flavors. Filled with electrolytes and good for hydration (according to the company). First released in 1988.
  • Fanta – A orange flavored soda, dating back to 1941 during the 2nd world war.
  • Ambasa – A milk flavored Soda mainly sold in the Asian markets. First released in South Korea back in 1984.
  • Sprite – Lemon/Lime Flavor.

They’re all sodas and all enjoyable, all affordable and widely available here in South Korea. Domestic Korean sodas are also available however are often a cheaper substitute or different style/flavor. Coca Cola does dominate the market (along with Pepsi).

Pictures of Coca Cola Brand Sodas from South Korea

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Here are a few useful and using links for Coca Cola in South Korea;

Official Coca-Cola Korea Website

Coca-Cola Korea YouTube Channel

Also here are a couple of Korean Coca Cola Advertisements;

Also here is a print ad for Coca Cola Korea;

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As always if you have any questions about Coca Cola Korea or Sodas in Korea in general please feel free to let us know. Either below, by Email or via Twitter or Facebook.

Also please remember to drink responsibly.

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