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Odd News Roundup: A taste of democracy: South Korea’s 16-year fight for a green onion breakfast cereal and more

Following is a summary of current odd news briefs. A taste of democracy: South Korea’s 16-year fight for a green onion breakfast cereal It is being hailed as a major win for democracy in South Korea. After 16 years in exile, a president this week triumphantly returned to claim his rightful place - on the front of a box of green onion-flavoured cereal.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Updated: 01-07-2020 11:26 IST | Created: 01-07-2020 10:29 IST
Odd News Roundup: A taste of democracy: South Korea’s 16-year fight for a green onion breakfast cereal and more
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Following is a summary of current odd news briefs.

A taste of democracy: South Korea's 16-year fight for a green onion breakfast cereal

It is being hailed as a major win for democracy in South Korea. After 16 years in exile, a president this week triumphantly returned to claim his rightful place - on the front of a box of green onion-flavored cereal. The limited edition of the Chex cereal sold out within two days when it hit online stores, following years of almost ceaseless campaigning by enthusiasts.


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