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Daily Life, South Korea – November 2012 (Photos)

By Jarrod Hall
Epoch Times Staff
Created: November 17, 2012 Last Updated: December 14, 2012
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A woman selling vegetables in the street packs radishes into a bag for a customer, Daejeon, November 17, 2012. Spiced, fermented vegetables, called Kimchi in Korean, is Korea's most popular food and is eaten at every meal, including breakfast.Fall is Kimchi making season and radishes are a popular ingredient. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman selling vegetables in the street packs radishes into a bag for a customer, Daejeon, November 17, 2012. Spiced, fermented vegetables, called Kimchi in Korean, is Korea's most popular food and is eaten at every meal, including breakfast.Fall is Kimchi making season and radishes are a popular ingredient. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman sells cabbages and radishes from her street stall in Daejeon, November 17, 2012. Cabbage is the main ingredient of the most popular variety of Kimchi. Although it can be bought in shops, it is widely believed that the most delicious Kimchi is homemade. Families and neighbors gather each year in the Fall to make Kimchi together. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman sells cabbages and radishes from her street stall in Daejeon, November 17, 2012. Cabbage is the main ingredient of the most popular variety of Kimchi. Although it can be bought in shops, it is widely believed that the most delicious Kimchi is homemade. Families and neighbors gather each year in the Fall to make Kimchi together. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman prepares bean-sprouts for sale at her stall in the Central Market in Daejeon, October 25, 2012. Bean sprouts are a popular ingredient in Kimchi. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman prepares bean-sprouts for sale at her stall in the Central Market in Daejeon, October 25, 2012. Bean sprouts are a popular ingredient in Kimchi. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

Red Chilli Peppers for sale in the Central Market in Daejeon, November 17, 2012. There are many varieties of Kimchi made with many different vegetables but the one ingredient that never changes is red chilli paste. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

Red Chilli Peppers for sale in the Central Market in Daejeon, November 17, 2012. There are many varieties of Kimchi made with many different vegetables but the one ingredient that never changes is red chilli paste. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A farmer burns the remains of his Summer bean crop at Hanggok-ri in Chungcheongnam Province, October 25, 2012. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A farmer burns the remains of his Summer bean crop at Hanggok-ri in Chungcheongnam Province, October 25, 2012. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

Flowers bloom in front of a typical South Korean house in Daejeon, November 13, 2012. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

Flowers bloom in front of a typical South Korean house in Daejeon, November 13, 2012. (Jarrod Hall/The Epoch Times)

A woman sells persimmons at a makeshift stall in a residential street, Daejeon, November 18, 2012. Persimmons are a common and very popular fruit in South Korea. (Jarrod Hall, The Epoch Times)

A woman sells persimmons at a makeshift stall in a residential street, Daejeon, November 18, 2012. Persimmons are a common and very popular fruit in South Korea. (Jarrod Hall, The Epoch Times)



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