For some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl CooteFor some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl Coote
For some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl Coote

First Yemeni restaurant opens on South Korean island of Jeju

  • The nation has weathered a surge in anti-Yemeni and anti-Muslim sentiment after nearly 500 Yemenis seeking asylum arrived
  • Wardah is not an establishment for Yemenis only – it also introduces South Koreans to Yemeni culture and cuisine

Topic |   South Korea
For some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl CooteFor some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl Coote
For some Yemenis, the newly opened Wardah reminds them of home. Photo: Darryl Coote
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