Every cuisine emulates another, makes a part of it its own.
No doubt well-made Korean kimchi would taste better in general, but kimuchi is huge business in Japan. The Japanese version is considered Japanese, not Korean. (No?)
I've heard discussions about this topic before, but not much on this board.
(The last one seems to be from 2000)
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