Jangajji is vegetables pickled in soy sauce, red pepper paste or soybean paste. In Korea, Jangajji are stored for a long time and used as a side dish in winter times when vegetables are hard to get. Jeotgal and sikhae are also a type of stored foods. They include seafood fermented in salt.

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