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Kimchi Pots

There are many symbols of Korea. The flag, the magpie, Seoul’s cartoony mascot, Haechi. However,

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for me, nothing represents Korea like the kimchi pot. Kimchi pots are simple, and the only variation is in size. Kimchi is made from seasoned vegetables that ferment in these ever-present pots. It is the most popular dish in Korea and is

eaten at almost every meal. The kimchi pot is the perfect example of how this modern country still hangs on to its traditions.

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