Yut cutter in South Korea, 2003
Insadong, Seoul, South Korea, July 7, 2003: Partly for show and partly for function, a man rhythmically clangs a pair of oversized scissors while cutting yut — a traditional caramel-colored Korean candy — on Insadong Street. It’s one of many Korean traditions kept alive in Insadong — the hub of Seoul’s art district. Looking for places to go in South Korea this summer? Check out Stars and Stripes’ Pacific Travel section.