National Geographic : 1933 Oct
\THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THESE GARMENTS SOON WILL BE READY FOR PASTING-NOT STITCHING Sewing clothes for the family is usually done by hand in Korea, although sewing machines are becoming more popular. Often the seams in Korean clothes are glued instead of stitched, and are taken apart when the garments are washed. MORNING MARKET IN KEIJO In the vegetable stalls two pumpkin and pepper sellers display their wares. Peppers are always in demand, as the Koreans like highly seasoned food. In the background are several of the peculiarly shaped racks on which, strapped to their shoulders, they carry the produce to market.