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An English Teacher in Korea Visits The Kimchi Museum

Posted on Mon, Mar 12, 2012 @ 10:10 AM

      Are you a kimchi fan?  Before I even came to Korea to teach English, I was an avid kimchi eater.  As a kid though, I hated it. Somehow, as I grew older, I learned to enjoy it. My favorite food to eat kimchi with is meat.  For me, kimchi and meat perfectly complement each other.

      As I was walking around Coex mall, I noticed there was a Kimchi Museum. I had to check it out. I paid an entrance fee of only 3,000 Won and I was on my way to explore kimchi. The museum starts off with a timeline, a history of kimchi. Then, it goes into an exhibit of different types of kimchi. I had no idea there could be so many different types!  It also displayed the different types of kimchi from North Korea.

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Tags: kimchi, food in Korea, museums

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Jeju When Teaching in Korea

Posted on Mon, Mar 05, 2012 @ 10:43 AM

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