A woman selling fish waits for customers at a market in Gangneung, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. One part of the Pyeongchang area that hasn’t been Westernized and beautified for the Winter Olympics is the traditional market in Gangneung, several blocks of street stalls operated for the most part by old women who are decidedly no-nonsense about selling their wares - from naturally dried octopus legs to goopy globs of seaweed freshly harvested from the local waters.
A woman selling fish waits for customers at a market in Gangneung, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. One part of the Pyeongchang area that hasn’t been Westernized and beautified for the Winter Olympics is the traditional market in Gangneung, several blocks of street stalls operated for the most part by old women who are decidedly no-nonsense about selling their wares - from naturally dried octopus legs to goopy globs of seaweed freshly harvested from the local waters. Felipe Dana AP Photo
A woman selling fish waits for customers at a market in Gangneung, South Korea, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. One part of the Pyeongchang area that hasn’t been Westernized and beautified for the Winter Olympics is the traditional market in Gangneung, several blocks of street stalls operated for the most part by old women who are decidedly no-nonsense about selling their wares - from naturally dried octopus legs to goopy globs of seaweed freshly harvested from the local waters. Felipe Dana AP Photo

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