Patsiru Dteok refers to Korea's traditional snack made from rice powder and ground red beans which are layered alternately in a Siru, a Korean earthenware steamer, and then the mixture is steamed. The red bean is believed to keep away evil spirits and bad luck. Patsiru Dteok is prepared on many occasion in Korea.

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