(Gold-plated Toothbrush from South Korea, 2000 Won, which is about 2 US dollars.)
Close-up (the bristles are gold plated?)
Believe it or not, people in South Korea have been going kinda crazy with gold-plated toothbrush. I recently saw one at my local Korean supermarket in San Francisco, then my mom gave me an authentic gold-plated toothbrush she brought over from Korea. (Thanks mom!)
Well, I do already have an automatic Oral-B toothbrush (which seems to be the craze of America these days) but decided to give the gold-plated toothbrush a try and it worked like a charm.
In fact, the gold-plated toothbrush works so well, I feel it does outperform the Oral-B toothbrush.
Anyways, don’t get jealous, you can probably get one over at you local Korean market or maybe you can get one of your Korean friends to get one for you the next time they go overseas.
It’s hard to believe such a good toothbrush is still only available in South Korea. Well, I hope this blog post will help bring it over to America soon, far behind in tooth technology. :p
Btw, I am blogging live from my rented condo in Lake Tahoe, California. I did snowboard a bit today but probably will go hardcore all day long tomorrow and hopefully hit the half-pipe and big jumps too. Keep your fingers crossed that I am alive at the end of tomorrow, I tend to challenge myself a little too much. 🙂
My connection is a little slow but I got my Sprint Blackberry hooked up as a broadband modem. If I can blog, it’s a good thing.