As a foreigner in South Korea you can be missing some food, for example chesse. You can buy imported cheese at the big grocery stores but then its usually then its already sliced (then its not smelling/ tasteing as originally) and very expensive.
In the beginning, then I was missing the big solid cheeses packages, but then I found good alternatives at Costco. Im posting 2 examples of good American cheese, its not as from Sweden, but I can really recommend them. Now Im just bringing a kg of Västerbottensost.
People may wonder of how Im preparing it, well I prefer to use a cheese slicer. With that tool you are getting a perfect thickness and its still smelling as it was intended. The slicer it can be found at IKEA or online.