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21 Items From South Korea That Will Look Very Familiar To Canadians

Like Canada, Korea knows there's no need to complicate things.

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Does something look familiar here?

Those are "No Brand" products, sold by e-mart (which is like a Wal-Mart superstore) in South Korea.

It's eerily similar to the No Name products sold in Canada, right down to the yellow labels with bold, black lettering. BuzzFeed Canada has reached out to Loblaw, makers of No Name, to find out if there's any official connection.

In any case, the No Brand product names are just as comically to-the-point as the No Name items Canadians know and love.

2. Suspiciously Pringle-like "Potato Chip."

3. For when dry tissues just won't do.

4. Butter cookies that know how you want them: in a giant tub.

5. What is a diaper if not baby pants?

6. For those on the go: the cheekiest tiny tube of toothpaste that ever lived.

7. And its more sombre sibling for the home.

19. This oddly specific charging cable.