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My first article for Yonhap News Agency posted today. I interviewed Adam Field, an onggijang (kimchi crock potter) based in Durango, Colo. He hand-produces onggi for customers eager to make their own kimchi with the same methods Koreans have used for more than 5,000 years.

Yonhap feature: 'Culinary connoisseurs crave kimchi crocks'

Adam Field lives in Durango, Colo. He took this photo in the Rocky Mountains near Telleuride, Colorado while traveling to a farmers market to sell his wares and meet customers. (Adam Field photo)

Read “Culinary connoisseurs crave kimchi crocks.” To order your own handmade-in-the-USA onggi, visit Adam Field Pottery.

Yonhap feature: 'Culinary connoisseurs crave kimchi crocks'

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