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The guys behind you could get drunk off the alcohol fumes from your sweat. In Korea the bad was if you went out eating Kimchee the night before the guys behind you got a nose full.

UGGG yes Monday at Fort Bragg. You could always tell who went to the Korean Food joints on Bragg BLVD. Stench so bad you could taste it coming off them.
 
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UGGG yes Monday at Fort Bragg. You could always tell who went to the Korean Food joints on Bragg BLVD. Stench so bad you could taste it coming off them.

I lived in a 8 room hut with all NCO's when I was in Korea and would go into town and eat Kimchee then come back and take a LONG hot shower. The other guys would come out cussing me.
 
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When I was in Korea for a training exercise, we had busses taking us into town for Liberty. One night, (this was in about February, so COLD!!), we came upon some Korean Soldiers carrying a large something and offered them a ride. It was a Kimchi pot. We didn't say anything, but when we dropped them off at their Area, as soon as we started moving again, every window in the bus went down at the same time! o_O
 
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When I was in Korea for a training exercise, we had busses taking us into town for Liberty. One night, (this was in about February, so COLD!!), we came upon some Korean Soldiers carrying a large something and offered them a ride. It was a Kimchi pot. We didn't say anything, but when we dropped them off at their Area, as soon as we started moving again, every window in the bus went down at the same time! o_O

Depending on when the Kimchi was made would dictate how strong it was. I swore that I wasn't ever going to try it when I was getting sent to Korea but once I got there I had a Korean secretary that worked for me so when we were having a Korean friendship night I had to attend. Once they brought out the main course Kimchi was one item. So she showed me how you ate it and I of course had to try a bite. I ended up liking it which shocked me. So once a month I would go into the village near my camp and would try a different restaurant each time. I was there for almost 16 months but was also locked down on camp for 3 months. My camp was only 210 acres so there wasn't a lot to do on camp.
 
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Depending on when the Kimchi was made would dictate how strong it was. I swore that I wasn't ever going to try it when I was getting sent to Korea but once I got there I had a Korean secretary that worked for me so when we were having a Korean friendship night I had to attend. Once they brought out the main course Kimchi was one item. So she showed me how you ate it and I of course had to try a bite. I ended up liking it which shocked me. So once a month I would go into the village near my camp and would try a different restaurant each time. I was there for almost 16 months but was also locked down on camp for 3 months. My camp was only 210 acres so there wasn't a lot to do on camp.

At my hotel they had Kimchi on the buffet for every meal. I got tired of eating it.
 
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I can think of one or two I'd like to throat punch... Does that make me a BAD person? Or just the typical veteran?
 
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