North Korean-style 'royalty food' has become a hot commodity in the South

Pyongyang cold noodles, and other North Korean specialties, are new foodie trends.
1:30 | 10/04/18

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I'm Jimmy chill in Seoul South Korea for ABC news and notable trend here is North Korean food trade. The images of Kim Jung and dining with the South Korean delegation. In Pyongyang had their famous little restaurant caused only you but. And he's done very very tired you know making after the DNC in April to showcase the popular dish. All of booster to South Koreans who wonder what exactly is North Korean. This one is called awful things it means boiled. Fighter thank you look into it they've got all sorts of neat thing as magic. Very warm warm broth. Locked up mushrooms and this fish goes waved at hundreds of years. In coming up North Korea. Were free food back then because it uses mostly that's a feat that. People normally don't eat. But now days after the famine in north main food shortages they saved this one it is right now. Broiled seafood in Pyongyang North Korea.

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