Happy Lunar New Year! It’s the year of the rooster. Observed in many Asian cultures, Lunar New Year is typically a happy festival with plenty of family, friends, and food. Around this time I always seem to crave ddukguk with mandu and hobak jeon, traditional Korean New Year foods. Imagine that you are in a country that celebrates Lunar New Year. What sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and touches greet you?
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