A very Korean Sukkot

TVK24, the Korean broadcaster, wanted to do a feature on Jewish culinary traditions and asked Jewish Journal editor Rob Eshman for leads. The weekly is, after all, based in Koreatown. The story ended up being about the Jewish holiday of Sukkot — and Eshman — and takes place in his (and his rabbi wife's) Westside garden and in their Sukkah. He's also the Journal's food blogger and writes about the experience.

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