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In reading Laura Levy Shatkin's review of Soju, the Korean restaurant in Wicker Park named after a vodkalike Korean distilled liquor, I thought that you might be interested to know that while the "maki rolls" may be historically influenced by Japan's occupation of Korea, Korea has adopted them and the Korean term is "kim bab."

Sincerely,

Eric Mathiasen

W. Goethe

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