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Showing Love With Food, Korean Style

If you tell me I can’t feed you, it’s like you’re telling me I can’t hug you

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By Sandra, as told to Winona Guo and Priya Vulchi

I’I’m Korean American. My family came here back in the ’70s, so I carry an intense amount of very Korean traits, and a lot of American traits, and a lot of traits that have nothing to do with either…

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