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Sunday, March 18, 2007

Suwon Spring-like Day




Street food
(All 2USD or less)

Odang: doughy processed fish (on a stick).
Dokbokkie: rice cakes in red pepper sauce: gochujang.
Soondae: Traditional Korean sausage made of chitterlings stuffed with a mixture of boiled rice, oxen or pig's blood, potato noodle, mung bean sprouts and green onion.


Women wearing traditional Hanbok, to a wedding.


A war memorial near the Gyeonggi Arts Center.


Modern art in the grounds. The sculpture is of a mouse who stole the cat's whisker.

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