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Don’t worry much about it.It sounds like you made good kimchi.Squeeze the brine with a large spoon or a ladle and put it on the top so that the top layer is always juicy, which will protect the kimchi from having fungus.
You can eat your kimchi right after making it. Keep it in the fridge and start eating it. It takes about 2 weeks to ferment fresh kimchi in the fridge but you can eat it anytime. If you like to ferment the kimchi quickly, keep the kimchi jar or container on the kitchen counter for 1 or 2 days until it tastes a little sour. Then put it into the fridge and eat it until it runs out.