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A raw strongly-flavoured vegetable pickle; the Korean national dish
A Korean system of unarmed combat resembling karate
A dish consisting of rice topped with other ingredients, typically including sautéed vegetables, meat (esp. beef), and chilli paste, often with the addition of a raw or fried egg
___virus: A genus of RNA viruses which can be transmitted to humans via the urine, faeces, and saliva of their natural rodent hosts, and typically cause either a haemorrhagic fever with nephritis or acute respiratory disease
A trained female entertainer; the Korean equivalent of the geisha girl
A traditional Korean alcoholic drink, made from fermented rice
The Korean national phonetic alphabet
The basic monetary unit of (North and South) Korea
A form of domestic heating having a flue or flues running underfloor from a fire or furnace
A traditional East Asian unit of length now equal to approx. 3.93 kilometres (2.44 miles) in Japan and Korea
A type of Korean vocal music OR a Korean lyric poem usually consisting of twenty-four syllables divided into three lines
A Korean martial art of self-defence, characterized by the use of kicking and circular movements of the arms and legs
I'd change the rice dish clue to "means mixed rice" or something similar.
The virus one is weird.