[K-Geography] Drying Pollock for 'hwangtae'

연합뉴스 / 2022-01-24 10:56:43
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Alaska pollock are hung on wooden frames to dry in Yongdae Village in Inje, about 165 kilometers northeast of Seoul, on Jan. 24, 2022. Dried pollack, called "hwangtae" in Korean, are a time-honored favorite food of Koreans and usually sold in March after months of drying in cold weather. (Yonhap) 



Photo by Lee Jong-gun



[Lee Jong-gun, who took these pictures, is a reporter at Yonhap News Agency's Gangwon News Headquarters.]  





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