National Geographic : 1919 Jul
FISHERS OF MEN-TAI This sea food is captured in vast quantities by means of nets. When the fish has reached an advanced stage of decomposition, it forms the basis of a favorite Korean dish called "kimshi," which, when seasoned with onion, garlic, and red pepper, is a rare delight for the Korean epicure. CHINESE DRAUGHT MEN TOWING JUNKS UP THE YALU The huge brown sails do not supply sufficient motive power to overcome the swift current of the stream. From seven to eight weeks are required to tow the boats from the west coast to the head of navigation, and only one and a half round trips can be made in a season before winter sets in and ice blocks the stream (see page 48).