By Lee Haye-ah
SEOUL, March 3 (Yonhap) — First lady Kim Keon Hee helped clean up a river and met with traders at a traditional market in the southeast city of Pohang, the presidential office said.
Kim joined a group of community leaders and students in the city 272 kilometers southeast of Seoul to throw EM (Effective Microorganisms) mud balls into the river and pick up trash, the porter said. word. Chairman Lee Do-woon.
Mudballs are known to help purify water.
The first lady then visited the Jukdo market and encouraged traders who suffered damage in the floods last year.
She held the hand of an elderly merchant selling dried fish and asked how his business was doing before buying him a plaice and wishing him good health in the cold weather, Lee said.
Kim also bought 10 boxes of apples from a fruit stall to donate to a center for disabled children, and tasted and bought various foods, such as kimbab, crab and fruits and vegetables, he said. declared. declared.
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