A Taste Of Beef In South Korea This summer, South Korea partially lifted a ban on American beef. But fear of mad cow disease lingers across the country, and it has sparked public demonstrations and riots. That hasn't led Koreans away from steak, though.
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A Taste Of Beef In South Korea

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A Taste Of Beef In South Korea

A Taste Of Beef In South Korea

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This summer, South Korea partially lifted a ban on American beef. But fear of mad cow disease lingers across the country, and it has sparked public demonstrations and riots. That hasn't led Koreans away from steak, though, as a meal of traditional barbecue in Seoul shows.