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A man dines on a traditional Korean meal, composed of small dishes and rice. Prior to the Japanese occupation, the peninsula was divided into administrative provinces that largely retained regional cuisines. Today, the food around Pyongyang consists of grains and meat dishes designed for enduring the country's notoriously harsh winters. Food shortages are common in the Hermit Kingdom due to mismanagement and a lack of arable land.

Pyongyang ca Men at a significant meal. Note non-eating people behind.

Pyongyang ca 1910-1930. A gentleman on his donkey.

An American Spy in Pyongyang Reports on the Overthrow of Kim Jong-un: My Task: Bring NK's Nationalized Automaker, Donkey Motors, Into 2017

Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony  J.Kawamura, Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony, 13.3x9.5cm, 1900s

Weddimg ceremony-the groom looks bery young compared to his bride! Old korean photo

Korea traditional costume Hanbok. 한국 전통의상 한복. (생활한복, 개량한복, 퓨전한복, 현대인 한복)

not so much for the guy. Just a great light cover up for a girl.the femininity of the strap and wrap,.

"Seoul, Korea January 1,1946.  At that time Koreans drove on the  left side of the roads because of the long Japanese occupation.    Photo taken on 4x5 Super X filmpack with a Speed Graphic by Don K. O'Brien"

Seoul, Korea January At that time Koreans drove on the left side of the roads because of the long Japanese occupation. Photo taken on Super X filmpack with a Speed Graphic,

Korean archers from the Chosen Kingdom. Joseon (July 1392 – August 1910) (also Chos?n, Choson, Chosun), was a Korean sovereign state founded by Taejo Yi Seong-gye that lasted for approximately five ce

Archers of the Chosen or Korean Empire

Korean archers from the Chosen Kingdom. Joseon (July 1392 – August (also Chos?n, Choson, Chosun), was a Korean sovereign state founded by Taejo Yi Seong-gye that lasted for approximately five ce

[Japanese soldiers and Korean civilians at Shariin] ca 1904. Border sign. Willard D. Straight/Early U.S.-Korea Diplomatic Relations, Cornell Univ Library

[Japanese soldiers and Korean civilians at Shariin] ca Border sign. Willard D. Straight/Early U.

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