Juliet Cole helps prepare a Korean dish, fish cake soup, Saturday during the Korean bazaar at St. Luke United Methodist Church in Killeen. More than 2,000 tickets, about 500 pounds of meat and about 1,600 yakimando, or Korean egg rolls, were sold during the event, said the Rev. Chansoon Lim, senior pastor at the church.
Volunteers help serve a selection of traditional Korean dishes Saturday at a Korean bazaar at St. Luke United Methodist Church in Killeen.
Joe Parra grills marinated beef Saturday during the Korean bazaar at St. Luke United Methodist Church in Killeen.
Posted: Sunday, April 21, 2013 4:30 am
Posted on Apr 21, 2013
With the sound of Koreans speaking their native language in the background, residents got a taste of the country’s food and culture Saturday during St. Luke United Methodist Church’s annual Korean bazaar.
David Edwards, a member of the church since 1998, attended the event to support the church and get his fill of Korean food.
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