Dinners from Far Corners of the Globe

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When it comes to Korean food, nothing beats Kimchi, the spicy fermented cabbage. Kimichi, along with rice and soup, is one of the staples of a Korean dinner. Then, there are a variety of side dishes to share. Unlike Chinese and Japanese who only use chopsticks when eating rice, Koreans use spoons. The spoon and chopsticks are set on the right side of the dishes. (Joohee Cho/ABC)
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