Indian corn — in New England, still the common name for maize with multicolored kernels — often is added to wreaths and other harvest time decorations, but a number of festival-goers assured me that it's common fare in Korea. Though the shimmering kernels suggested more than a dozen Jelly Belly flavors (not all of them shown in my photos), this isn't sweet corn; served just as it comes from the kettle, except in looks it's bland.
Also shown below: a sample of dark, soft pork-and-rice sausage from Kyedong, a restaurant in Flushing's Koreatown, and squid at the stall of Kang Suh, grilling on its home turf. I didn't try to squeeze in close for a picture of the giant bibimbap, whose ingredients were being carefully added to the bowl when I arrived at noon and mixed, with oversized paddles, by several public figures some time thereafter.
32nd St. between Fifth Ave. and Broadway, accompanied by a parade on Sixth Ave.