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KOREA/
RTR3AFBS
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR3AFBP
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR3AFBO
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR3AFBM
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR3AFBL
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTR3AFBG
November 15, 2012
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul...
Women make the traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at Seoul City Hall Plaza November 15, 2012. More than 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Thursday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTX16U2C
November 08, 2011
Women pose for the cameras as they make the traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage,...
Seoul, South Korea
Women pose for the cameras as they make the traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage,...
Women pose for the cameras as they make the traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
KOREA/
RTR2TQN2
November 08, 2011
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
KOREA/
RTR2TQN1
November 08, 2011
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
KOREA/
RTR2TQMU
November 08, 2011
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi" or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make traditional Korean side dish "kimchi" or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Women make a traditional Korean side dish "kimchi" or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTR2TQLT
November 08, 2011
Women pose for the cameras as they make the traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage,...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Women pose for the cameras as they make the traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE ALSO SEE GF2E9CO0E1K01
KOREA/
RTR2TQLP
November 08, 2011
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul...
Women make traditional Korean side dish kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at a charity event at the Seoul City Hall Plaza November 8, 2011. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy people during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
KOREA/
RTXUOY7
November 16, 2010
South Korean housewives make traditional side dish 'kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a charity event at...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean housewives make kimchi at the Seoul Plaza in Seoul
South Korean housewives make traditional side dish 'kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a charity event at the Seoul Plaza in Seoul, November 16, 2010. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy neighbours during the winter season. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD ODDLY SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXUOY3
November 16, 2010
South Korean housewives make traditional side dish 'kimchi' or fermented cabbage during a charity event...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean housewives make 270 tonnes of kimchi at the Seoul Plaza in Seoul
South Korean housewives make traditional side dish 'kimchi' or fermented cabbage during a charity event at the Seoul Plaza in Seoul, November 16, 2010. About 2,000 volunteers made 270 tonnes of kimchi on Tuesday to give away to needy neighbours during the winter season. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: FOOD ODDLY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTXT3H8
October 06, 2010
Lee Pan-nan, 70, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after successfully...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for...
Lee Pan-nan, 70, smiles as she carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after successfully buying three heads of cabbages after waiting in line for about four hours at the Shinyoung market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
KOREA/
RTXT3G5
October 06, 2010
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one...
A woman carries napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after waiting in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3G2
October 06, 2010
A woman smiles as she buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line for about one...
A woman smiles as she buys napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after she waited in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3FY
October 06, 2010
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line...
A woman carrying napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office walks past others waiting in line to buy cabbages at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi -- the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
KOREA/
RTXT3FW
October 06, 2010
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one...
Seoul, South Korea
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one...
People buy napa cabbages subsidized by Seoul city hall office after they waited in line for about one hour at the Tongin market in Seoul October 6, 2010. The price of local cabbage and other vegetables surged after heavy rainfall in the country. Autumn is the time for "Kimjang", a traditional Korean event when kimchi - the spicy pickled cabbage is prepared for the coldest months of winter. The subsidized cabbages are about 30 percent off the cover price. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
RESTAURANT-TWITTER/
RTXE3PN
April 18, 2009
Kogi Kimchi Quesadillas are seen in a Kogi Korean BBQ-inspired taco truck, in Torrance, California, April...
Torrance, UNITED STATES
Kogi Kimchi Quesadillas are seen in a Kogi Korean BBQ-inspired taco truck, in Torrance
Kogi Kimchi Quesadillas are seen in a Kogi Korean BBQ-inspired taco truck, in Torrance, California, April 17, 2009. Kogi BBQ uses the online social networking site "Twitter" to alert followers to their location around the Los Angeles area and any other updates. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES BUSINESS FOOD DRINK)
KOREA-NORTH/FOOD
RTXAXTN
November 25, 2008
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang November 13, 2008. Traditional...
Pyongyang, North Korea
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang November 13, 2008. Traditional side dish "kimchi" is made with cabbages. Picture taken November 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/FOOD
RTXAXTK
November 25, 2008
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang November 13, 2008. Traditional...
Pyongyang, North Korea
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang
An apartment building where cabbages are seen at verandahs in Pyongyang November 13, 2008. Traditional side dish "kimchi" is made with cabbages. Korean characters read "One Heart". Picture taken November 13, 2008. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (NORTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTXAS3Q
November 20, 2008
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation...
Seoul, South Korea
Employees of Korea Yakult make "kimchi" during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall November 20, 2008. About 5,000 of the company's employees participated in the event on Thursday, held in six cities including Seoul, Busan and Incheon, to make kimchi from 120,000 cabbages to donate to the needy during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTXAS3N
November 20, 2008
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation...
Seoul, South Korea
Employees of Korea Yakult make "kimchi" during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall November 20, 2008. About 5,000 of the company's employees participated in the event on Thursday, held in six cities including Seoul, Busan and Incheon, to make kimchi from 120,000 cabbages to donate to the needy during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTXAS3M
November 20, 2008
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation...
Seoul, South Korea
Employees of Korea Yakult make "kimchi" during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall November 20, 2008. About 5,000 of the company's employees participated in the event on Thursday, held in six cities including Seoul, Busan and Incheon, to make kimchi from 120,000 cabbages to donate to the needy during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTXAS3J
November 20, 2008
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation...
Seoul, South Korea
Employees of Korea Yakult make "kimchi" during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall
Employees of Korea Yakult make the traditional side dish "kimchi", or fermented cabbage, during a donation drive in front of Seoul city hall November 20, 2008. About 5,000 of the company's employees participated in the event on Thursday, held in six cities including Seoul, Busan and Incheon, to make kimchi from 120,000 cabbages to donate to the needy during the winter season. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-KIMJANG/
RTR1JV22
November 30, 2006
A woman prepares to pack kimchi at an event in Seoul November 30, 2006. This is the time for "Kimjang"...
Seoul, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-KIMJANG
A woman prepares to pack kimchi at an event in Seoul November 30, 2006. This is the time for "Kimjang" - - a traditional Korean event in which kimchi is prepared for the coldest months of winter. On both sides of the divided Korean peninsula, homes have stocked up on cabbage and dried power-packed peppers in the sun. To match feature KOREA-KIMJANG/ REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1AYNE
November 14, 2005
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul...
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul November 14, 2005. About 6,000 volunteers made Kimchi from 40,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbours during the winter season on Monday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA
RTR1AY85
November 14, 2005
South Korean children make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive...
Seoul, Korea
South Korean children make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive...
South Korean children make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul November 14, 2005. About 6,000 volunteers made Kimchi from 40,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbours during the winter season on Monday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA
RTR1AY81
November 14, 2005
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul,...
Seoul, Korea
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul...
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul, November 14, 2005. About 6,000 volunteers made Kimchi from 40,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbours during the winter season on Monday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA
RTR1AXWM
November 14, 2005
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul,...
Seoul, Korea
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul...
South Koreans make the traditional side dish 'Kimchi' or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul, November 14, 2005. About 6,000 volunteers made Kimchi from 40,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbours during the winter season on Monday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
SOUTH KOREA
RTXNYF8
November 08, 2005
South Koreans partake in a kimchi tasting at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans partake in a kimchi tasting at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi.....
South Koreans partake in a kimchi tasting at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi is served at almost every meal and made in most homes. But increasing imports of the spicy cabbage from [China have raised a ruckus about a foreign country eating away at the market for a national dish that is at the essence of Korean identity.]
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1AH2V
November 03, 2005
A South Korean woman displays vegetables for making kimchi at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November...
Seoul, Korea
For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi.
A South Korean woman displays vegetables for making kimchi at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi is served at almost every meal and made in most Korean homes. But increasing imports of the spicy cabbage from China have raised a ruckus about a foreign country eating away at the market for a national dish that is at the essence of Korean identity. For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1AH2C
November 03, 2005
South Koreans partake in a kimchi tasting at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi...
Seoul, Korea
For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi
South Koreans partake in a kimchi tasting at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi is served at almost every meal and made in most homes. But increasing imports of the spicy cabbage from China have raised a ruckus about a foreign country eating away at the market for a national dish that is at the essence of Korean identity. For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1AGGQ
November 03, 2005
South Koreans make kimchi at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi is served at almost...
Seoul, Korea
For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi.
South Koreans make kimchi at the Kimchi Expo 2005 in Seoul, November 3, 2005. Kimchi is served at almost every meal and made in most Korean homes. But increasing imports of the spicy cabbage from China have raised a ruckus about a foreign country eating away at the market for a national dish that is at the essence of Korean identity. For released with feature Korea-China-Kimchi. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA
RTR19ZA3
November 03, 2005
South Koreans buy kimchi, spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans buy kimchi in Seoul
South Koreans buy kimchi, spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically radish or cabbage packed with garlic, ginger and hot peppers and then pickled, kimchi is eaten with most meals in South Korea. This exhibition goes on till November 6. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA
RTR19Z8C
November 03, 2005
South Koreans taste kimchi, a spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans taste kimchi at expo in Seoul
South Koreans taste kimchi, a spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically radish or cabbage packed with garlic, ginger and hot peppers and then pickled, kimchi is eaten with most meals in South Korea. The exhibition continues until Sunday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA
RTR19Z87
November 03, 2005
A South Korean man has a taste of kimchi, spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean man eats kimchi in Seoul
A South Korean man has a taste of kimchi, spicy Korean food, at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically radish or cabbage packed with garlic, ginger and hot peppers and then pickled, kimchi is eaten with most meals in South Korea. This exhibition goes on till November 6. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
KOREA
RTR19Z62
November 03, 2005
South Koreans make kimchi, spicy Korean food, with cabbages at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans make kimchi in Seoul.
South Koreans make kimchi, spicy Korean food, with cabbages at the Kimchi expo 2005 in Seoul November 3, 2005. Typically radish or cabbage packed with garlic, ginger and hot peppers and then pickled, kimchi is eaten with most meals in South Korea. This exhibition goes on till November 6. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SOUTH KOREA
RTXNWY8
October 27, 2005
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korea.....
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from [China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement.]
SOUTH KOREA
RTXNWY7
October 27, 2005
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean...
Seoul, South Korea
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Kore.....
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from [China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement.]
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1A7WO
October 27, 2005
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean...
Seoul, Korea
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul
A South Korean man picks up a pack of helminthic at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1A75K
October 27, 2005
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean...
Seoul, Korea
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul
A man walks past South Korean cabbages displayed at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1A758
October 27, 2005
A merchant arranges domestic kimchi made with South Korean cabbages at a market in Seoul October 27,...
Seoul, Korea
A merchant arranges domestic kimchi made with South Korean cabbages at a market in Seoul
A merchant arranges domestic kimchi made with South Korean cabbages at a market in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR1A753
October 27, 2005
A South Korean pharmacist uses a phone beside packs of helminthic displayed at a pharmacy in Seoul October...
Seoul, Korea
A South Korean pharmacist uses a phone beside packs of helminthic displayed at a pharmacy in Seoul
A South Korean pharmacist uses a phone beside packs of helminthic displayed at a pharmacy in Seoul October 27, 2005. South Korean concerns about how safe it is to eat kimchi are growing even though authorities banned imports of the spicy pickled dish from China last week because they may contain parasites found in human excrement. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won
KOREA KIMCHI CHINA
RTRPMQP
September 28, 2005
A South Korean woman tastes domestic kimchi displayed at a local supermarket in Seoul September 28, 2005....
Seoul, Korea
A South Korean woman tastes domestic kimchi displayed at a local supermarket in Seoul
A South Korean woman tastes domestic kimchi displayed at a local supermarket in Seoul September 28, 2005. South Koreans are wondering if they should stop eating kimchi, a staple on almost every dinner table, after a report that imports of the spicy pickled dish from China may contain high lead concentrations. The scare has brought a boom for domestic makers, with parents calling up schools to make sure their children eat Korean kimchi in the cafeteria. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho
KOREA
RTRGKHZ
November 24, 2004
An employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the...
Employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
An employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/
KOREA
RTRGKHT
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "Kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "Kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
KOREA
RTRGKGZ
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
KOREA
RTRGKGN
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
KOREA
RTRFUTK
November 16, 2004
A South Korean woman samples "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage, the nation's traditional side dish, at a...
A South Korean woman samples "Kimchi" at donation drive in Seoul.
A South Korean woman samples "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage, the nation's traditional side dish, at a donation drive in Seoul November 16, 2004. Hundreds of volunteers made Kimchi from 33,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbors during the winter season on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN
KOREA
RTRFUTD
November 16, 2004
South Koreans make the traditional side dish "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul...
Seoul, Korea
South Koreans make traditional side dish "Kimchi" in Seoul.
South Koreans make the traditional side dish "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul November 16, 2004. Hundreds of volunteers made Kimchi from 33,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbors during the winter season on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN
KOREA
RTRFUT3
November 16, 2004
South Korean children make the traditional side dish "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage at a donation drive...
South Korean children make traditional side dish "Kimchi" in Seoul.
South Korean children make the traditional side dish "Kimchi" or fermented cabbage at a donation drive in Seoul November 16, 2004. Hundreds of volunteers made Kimchi from 33,000 cabbages to donate to needy neighbors during the winter season on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/CN
KOREA CHINA KIMCHI
RTR3E3B
June 01, 2004
A clerk (L) packs South Korean made Kimchi, a pickled cabbage dish, for a consumer at a department store...
China
A CLERK PACKS SOUTH KOREAN MADE KIMCHI FOR A SHOPPER AT A DEPARTMENT STORE IN SEOUL.
A clerk (L) packs South Korean made Kimchi, a pickled cabbage dish, for a consumer at a department store in Seoul June 1, 2004. Imports of cheap Chinese made kimchi rocketed an annual 174 percent in the first quarter of this year, eclipsing exports of the revered national dish by nearly 3,000 tonnes, according to the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho KKH/sh
KOREA
RTRMBQL
April 24, 2003
A boy tastes traditional South Korean kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at
a department store's food section...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
A BOY TASTES SOUTH KOREA'S TRADITIONAL KIMCHI IN SEOUL.
A boy tastes traditional South Korean kimchi, or fermented cabbage, at
a department store's food section in Seoul April 24, 2003. The local
Kyunghyang Daily News reports on Thursday that Beijing residents are
buying out supplies of kimchi in the belief that it will prevent the
flu-like Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). REUTERS/Rhee
Dong-Min

LJW/
KOREA
RTRMBQ5
April 24, 2003
A department store employee makes traditional South Korean kimchi, or
fermented cabbage, in Seoul April...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
WORKER PREPARES SOUTH KOREAN TRADITIONAL KIMCHI IN SEOUL.
A department store employee makes traditional South Korean kimchi, or
fermented cabbage, in Seoul April 24, 2003. The local Kyunghyang Daily
News reports on Thursday that Beijing residents are buying out supplies
of kimchi in the belief that it will prevent the flu-like Severe Acute
Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). REUTERS/Rhee Dong-Min

LJW/RCS
KOREA
RTROI04
October 23, 2001
Japanese tourist Mariko Takahashi (L) tries kimchi at a department
store in Seoul October 23, 2001....
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
JAPANESE TOURIST MARIKO TAKAHASHI TRIES KIMCHI IN SEOUL.
Japanese tourist Mariko Takahashi (L) tries kimchi at a department
store in Seoul October 23, 2001. South Korea's spicy pickled cabbage is
gaining international popularity and makers hope next year's World Cup
soccer finals in Korea and Japan will bring it more attention.
REUTERS/Yun Suk-bong

JN/PB
KOREA REUNIONS
RTRBHD3
December 01, 2000
Kim Young Sool from North Korea gets kimchi pickles from his long-lost South Korean older sister Kim...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
NORTH KOREAN MEETS HIS LONG-LOST SOUTH KOREAN SISTER IN SEOUL.
Kim Young Sool from North Korea gets kimchi pickles from his long-lost South Korean older sister Kim Young Sook during a reunion in Seoul December 1, 2000. Two hundred elderly North and South Koreans are meeting with their loved ones in Seoul and Pyongyang during a three-day temporary family reunions.

ES/BM
KOREA
RTR2IXG
March 24, 2000
Takeda Jun, a 16-year-old Japanese student tourist from Fukushima, tastes kimchi, a dish made from salted...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
JAPANESE STUDENTS TASTE KIMCHI IN SEOUL.
Takeda Jun, a 16-year-old Japanese student tourist from Fukushima, tastes kimchi, a dish made from salted vegetables, March 24 in Seoul. Ten students from Seiko High school are in Seoul for a four-day education trip and to attend a class on how to make kimchi which is a staple in Korean households.

YUN/TAN
ROYALS
RTXIXIP
April 22, 1999
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) watches as women prepare South Korean's main side dish Kimchi with traditionally-dressed...
Hahoe, Korea
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) watches as women prepare South Korean's main side dish Kimchi with .....
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) watches as women prepare South Korean's main side dish Kimchi with traditionally-dressed village chief Ryu Yong-Ha (L) before entering into the women's quarters of a 400-year-old house in the village of Hahoe, Andong province, 268 kilometres southeast of Seoul April 21. Ryu, who is resisting changes to the country's millenia-old culture, did not allow the Queen into his main living room which is strictly reserved for men. He disapproved of his relatives' plan to break with tradition and offer the monarch a birthday feast which he views as a demeaning publicity stunt.
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