I slipped out of my hotel long enough today to take a trip to the Kimchi Museum in Seoul City. The museum traces the roots of Korea's favorite food, Kimchi, a spicy, fermented cabbage dish dating back more than 2,600 years. Some call Kimchi "refreshing" but, frankly, I had been hearing mixed reviews. In any case, a woman from our China office kept insisting that I give it a try. "You'll love it," she said as she passed me a heaping helping of the bright orange delicacy. I'll say one thing, it certainly tasted like it belonged in a Museum. That's the last time I take food advice from a woman whose idea of a business dinner includes Dog Meat, Bugs Soaked in Wine and Fried Scorpions on a Stick ...!