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Posted : 2013-06-23 19:07
Updated : 2013-06-23 19:07

A tomato plunge

A boy swims in a pool of tomatoes during the last day of a tomato festival in Gwangju City, Gyeonggi Province, Sunday. The city has grown organic tomatoes and hosted the festival to promote them. It has put nine tons of tomatoes into the pool daily.

/ Yonhap



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