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February 21, 2015

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Min

I don't know what to make of that. All I know is now I'm hungry.

David

All I know is now I’m hungry.

Yes, I briefly wondered if I could get a takeaway for breakfast. But that seemed a bit debauched.

Ted S., Catskill Mtns., NY, USA

Koreans also celebrate "Black Day" on April 14, when people who didn't get anything on Valentine's Day (I think it's women give men stuff) or the holiday in March with gender reversed (men give women stuff) all celebrate by wearing black and eating some bitter food together.

And Radio Slovakia International interviewed a woman who eats sweets from around the world and comments about them on Youtube. (That link is to a ~13MB, 27-minute MP3 file.)

David

people who didn’t get anything on Valentine’s Day… celebrate by wearing black and eating some bitter food together.

I do love it when this blog is educational - for me, at least. And I take some comfort in the fact that the goings-on above make what goes on here seem almost respectable.

Theophrastus

Does cooked dog really look so appetising?

Paul Moore

"People Eating in North Korea" That would be a show worth watching.

Joseph Shmeau

Lyrics from The Cure's Friday I'm in Love:

Always take a big bite
It's such a gorgeous sight
To see you eat in the middle of the night
You can never get enough
Enough of this stuff
It's Friday
I'm in love

That was a hit in 1992. Ahead of the curve.

Anna

It could catch on over here.

R. Sherman

I stopped when they got to "BJ Diva," as my wife is in the room at the moment.

Halfwise

Do they show the Korean recipe for german shepherd pie?

Hal

Do they show the Korean recipe for german shepherd pie?

Pomeranian pie. German Shepherd would be an entire stew.

TimT

... watching people eat online is now a thing in South Korea.

Just imagine what the poor North Koreans would think of that.

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