Strings of coin-shaped Jangheung "don" tea at a weekend food market in Hyeri Art Village in Paju. Don tea is listed in the Ark of Taste, an international catalogue of endangered heritage foods. The Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity produces the catalogue.
The final products of soybean paste made with the "pureun kong" or the green beans native to Jeju Island are on display at a weekend food market in Hyeri Art Village in Paju. They are listed in the Ark of Taste.
|Participants at the Slow Food market, which focused on fermented food, prepare dishes for tasting. / Courtesy of Slow Food Korea|