As per the oldies’ (grandparents) request, the whole family and I went to this Kimchi Field Museum to get to know more about Korea’s important food staple (that is, Kimchi).
Before going in, they will require you to have your hands cleaned through this electronic hand sanitizer.
This is a makeshift yard of a traditional Korean home where you'll see jars of different sizes. These jars are instrumental in the fermentation of stored Kimchi and are usually placed outside.
When we were there, a field trip was being held, but because they're speaking in full mode Korean, we, instead, had to learn about Kimchi through reading! Thank goodness, for the English translations places on each attraction :P
I can't remember what they call these, but I do remembered myself saying that it looks like the Filipino cuisine's 'Nilaga'.