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Now that's what I call kimchi facts, Vol. 1 (of 1)

If kimchi isn't a part of your life right now, please reconsider the choices you have made.

Here are nine facts about kimchi to ruminate on as you get with the program.

SPACE KIMCHI

In April 2008, Yi So-yeon became the first South Korean and 49th woman in outer space when she and two Russian cosmonauts were sent on a mission to the International Space Station. As she prepared for her journey into the cosmos, teams of scientists spent millions of dollars and did years of research to develop "space kimchi" that would be safe to consume if exposed to cosmic

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