This is not for those who love cute, cuddly puppies more than their mind is open. If you feel you may be offended, please don't watch this, but it's here to open eyes to other cultures in the world.
In this interesting clip, a Japanese reporter visits a North Korean restaurant in China that specializes in high quality dog meat.
Before visiting the restaurant, the film crew also visits a North Korean souvenir shop in Bangkok, which was selling a variety of goods from herbal viagra called Youngeron to Da Vinci works copied by North Korea’s finest artists.
They then head for Northern China, where a North Korean restaurant has recently opened. The restaurant specializes in dog meat dishes, and the reporter orders their most famous item: dog meat galpi in a sauce with vegetables. It’s tender and not too bad. The shot of the menu reveals the prices for dishes to be around 25 to 35 yuan (about 3 to 5 US Dollars), which isn’t so bad…..for North Korean dog meat.
Original video died with no exact replacement. A reasonable facsimile used instead. It is a Vietnamese dog meat restaurant instead of a North Korean one. For detailed photographs of the cruelty dealt to doggie livestock in preparation for consumption in South Korea, view this video
. Be warned, it may be extremely difficult to watch as live dogs are hanged and others are shown gutted.