It has a big, bulbous headbeady black eyesand eight squirming tentacles. It's the octopus. Many would call it ugly and disgusting. The one thing they wouldn't call it is dinner.
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If he can get into his mouth what excuse he gave not able to swallow is? ?? Initial commented any thing alive not to eat it. This is partly the failure also. If it is in mouth should be easy to swallow
It's a disadvantage not to eat raw octopus? Srsly?! This video is just trying to make look Koreans way too oriental and primitive. Why do they had to add unnecessarily gross sounds while eating those octopuses
Go eat Your Mc'Donalds then. You know the thing made from genetically engineered beef made with literally Pink Goop, that is 30% not meat, chemical washed, found with traces of human body parts and rat body parts. Yumm right.
este gente esta cada vez mas enferma, por que no se cortan las verga y se la comen cruda... los animales merecen respeto como las personas y si son criados para comer al menos darle una muerte digan no sadica :-(
hmm, quite funny reading all these comments, it's not like South Korea's the only country that eats seafood raw or "differently", Japan has Sashimi 'killed raw' & Ikizukuri 'live raw', Italy has raw fish & beef Carpaccio, Chinese have raw fish & beef Kuai & Yusheng, Polynesian Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga & Hawaii have some raw fish dishes, Iceland, Norway & Sweden have not just raw but also Fermented fish kept for ages... well how about European Tartare? just saying...
Well this is the norms of the society of korea and you saying that koreans are crazy is a sign of prejudice and cultural relativity...i respect what koreans believe and i respect some tradition are unusual to others..so u should respect it
Just shut the fuck up. Nobody gives a fuck about how Americans are so awful.
I am European and I am getting annoyed by you ignorant fucks.
And btw, not everybody eats those boiled shellfish, I have actually never met an American who would eat that, and I have studied there for 7 years.
Americans complaining about animal cruelty...
While one of the most loved American dishes is made by dropping live shellfish into a boiling pot of water to slowly boil to death, and served full eyes and all so the person eating it can crack open the exoskeleton and eat the meat inside with butter.
Yeah. It isn't a 'Korean' thing to eat animals a certain way. It is a 'human' thing.
i do not disrespect Koreans or their beliefs and customs but i do not believe in eating an animal while it is still alive and able to feel pain...i hope i don't sound like an activist, but a normal human =w= lol XD btw....eww. o.o"
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