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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)
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