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Seoul, Dec 4 (EFE).- Two restaurants in the neighborhood of Hongdae in Seoul are offering South Korean diners a chance to sample the flavors of their neighbor to the north in an experience that used to be rare, but which, thanks to improving diplomatic relations, is becoming increasingly popular. (Camera: ANDRÉS SÁNCHEZ BRAUN).FOOTAGE SHOWING PYONGYANG SUKJIB AND CHIN CHIN NORTH KOREAN RESTAURANTS IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA.SOUNDBITES: LEE JIN-HO, CHEF AT NORTH KOREAN RESTAURANT CHIN CHIN (01:40-02:07 IN ENGLISH).

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