Intelligent Living - South Korea Has Almost Zero Food Waste, Here’s How

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Circular Economy

The dining experience in South Korea is unique because of the wide selection of banchan (side dishes) that are served with almost any meal. An array of kimchis, fresh vegetables, fruit, fish, seafood, meat, pickles, pancakes, and more are provided free of charge. It is one of the pleasures of Korean culinary culture. However, the meal in itself is usually a challenge to finish and so rarely do all the banchan get eaten.

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