Have you tried Korean radish kimchi called Kkakdugi (???) before?
This is one of very popular kimchis for Koreans!!!
My family, especially my daughter and myself loves it too!!!
Very crunchy, juicy and delicious!!! Goes well with rice, of course, meats dish, seafood pancakes, and Korean wine & beers!
Would you like to learn this kimchi in my kitchen:)?
Need to wait for its fermentation for about 10 days at least!!!
Please go quickly!!!! Wanna eat!!!