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Rice cake making
(Yonhap) NongHyup Financial Group Chairman Yim Jong-yong, right, and Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin, left, the group’s publicity ambassador, make rice cake balls to be put in “patjuk,” or red bean porridge, with a child at a children’s welfare center in northern Seoul after donating daily necessities to the facility Thursday.
Koreans traditionally eat red bean porridge on the winter solstice, which falls on Sunday.