Kim Chi From Garden Grove Makes It To The New York Times

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 16, 2009
It's a long, long way from Garden Grove to New York's Lower East Side, but Young Ja Chun's kim chi had made the trip and was featured by The New York Times in a short but sweet article. ] The product, called Mother-in-Law's Kim Chi, was part of an...
The full article can be read on the OC Weekly website.

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