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Have you ever heard of Korean food?

 
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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2003 7:38 pm    Post subject: Have you ever heard of Korean food? Reply with quote

Have you ever heard of Korean food?

We saw many writings in this forum which has much information about many representative foods of many countries.

but there is few information about korean food.

So I'd like to introduce you about Kimchi which represents Korean food.

Kimchi is a traditional food in korea. And it is made of cabbage.

Although its taste is very hot and spicy, but Korean always eat it.

It has many benefisial effects on health. And there are various kinds of Kimchi.

As if Kimchi represent Korean food, please tell me about traditional food in your country.
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