Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Korean Delicacy

Extremely bizarre Korean delicacy. I hope it is more eatable than it looks.


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16 comments :

Anonymous said...

It doesn't look Korean style. Is there anyone can tell where there is?

Anonymous said...

It is not Korean one. I guess it is China

Anonymous said...

What is that??

Anyone in Korea can not find those animals.

And the whole thing does not make beef jerky.

Unknown said...

if you look at the possum like thing on the right, you can see that it has Chinese letters stamped on it.

I'd say you'd have better luck finding that thing in China.

Anonymous said...

Damm~! Chinese ~ It's not
Korean food~
Chinese were all 4 legs eat everything. with out Table.

Anonymous said...

viva china~!!

Anonymous said...

Saw this a while ago, they are dogs. Kinda gross but yeah.

Anonymous said...

If it is Korean, it should be dogs. Koreans love to eat dogs. =(

Anonymous said...

theyre chow dogs, and i think this is cruel

G. Kim said...

Am a Korean living in China... This is definitely Chinese style!

Anonymous said...

no.... i can't imagine they're korean.

Unknown said...

Hey guys , have you been to Korea?

In addition, it does not look like KOrean style. I was in Korea to teach English for 5 years, but Korea is amazing place to live.

Not every Korean eats dog meat, my many students hate people who eat dog meat.

I love Korean food and city life. If i have a chance to go ther, i will go to Korea right away.

If you have never been to Korea or never been any countries, do not judge their counties.

Anonymous said...

why Koreans are so over defensive? feels like their little pride is very fragile?

Greg said...

Quote: "why Koreans are so over defensive? feels like their little pride is very fragile?"
--Anonymous

A little biased and off topic aren't we? This person obviously doesn't like Korea.

I've been living in Korea for more than 3 years now. I've only met 4-5 people who have admitted eating dog meat - and some didn't know it until the culprit had fed it to them. Attaching this behaviour as a cultural characteristic to my country would also make me a bit upset. Dogs are loved pets by many around the world. Almost like family to some. Koreans recognize it has a negative connotation compared to other foods and will react to stop the overgeneralization.

I'm from Canada (yeah yeah... take your best shot), and up North hunters kill baby sea lions. If people were speaking as if all Canadians love to go sea lion hunting and that it's considered a favourite pasttime, I'd try to defend my "little" pride too.

--About the stamp... Koreans stamp stuff in Chinese characters sometimes... I don't know if it's China, Japan, or what.... I just felt like adding to "Anonymous's" tangent.

Anonymous said...

Retard, you know where its from if you are posting things.

Anonymous said...

yeah, I'm a Korean, and it looks like a sort of rodents, but I dont't know what it is. I've never seen those animals in Korea. The stamp is Chinese characters, I think they are in the southern part of China.