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Plum with red peppers by Myeongin Myeongchon

13.50

Mastered by miss Guk.
The combination of sweetness and slightly hot is typical of the Korean cuisine. Red chili paste is one of those small details that makes Korean dishes so special.
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Weight : 120gr/300gr

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