Would you eat these Korean foods?

Would you eat these Korean foods?

Would you eat these Korean foods? Some might, some might not. What about you? Lez find out. 0ωο

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"Urechis unicinctus is a species of the marine spoon worm. It is widely referred to as the fat innkeeper worm or the penis fish. The body is about 10–30 cm long, and the body is yellowish brown in color near the cylindrical shape of sausage." Wikipedia.

Would you try/eat this?

"Urechis unicinctus is a species of the marine spoon worm. It is widely referred to as the fat innkeeper worm or the penis fish. The body is about 10–30 cm long, and the body is yellowish brown in color near the cylindrical shape of sausage." Wikipedia.

Would you try/eat this?
No way in hello, would I eat
that.
No, that is gross..
I would definitely try it.
Yes.

"Gejang (게장) is a traditional dish that’s made by marinating raw crabs in soy sauce. Historically, a very salty soy sauce brine was used as a way of preserving the crabs for a long time. Nowadays, gejang is enjoyed for its taste, so fresh crabs are marinated in a mild soy sauce-based brine and usually eaten within a few days."


Eat or no?

"Gejang (게장) is a traditional dish that’s made by marinating raw crabs in soy sauce. Historically, a very salty soy sauce brine was used as a way of preserving the crabs for a long time.  Nowadays, gejang is enjoyed for its taste, so fresh crabs are marinated in a mild soy sauce-based brine and usually eaten within a few days."


Eat or no?
It looks really good.
No. It sounds gross.
Yes I would eat some.
I would eat it.
No.

"Nakji-bokkeum or stir-fried octopus is a popular dish in Korea that is new, with origins only dating back two centuries and first being introduced in 1965."
Wikipedia.

Nakji-bokkeum?

"Nakji-bokkeum or stir-fried octopus is a popular dish in Korea that is new, with origins only dating back two centuries and first being introduced in 1965."
Wikipedia.

Nakji-bokkeum?
I don't like seafood anymore..
Yes.
No way.
Maybe.

"Yeonpo-tang or yeonpo-guk is a Korean soup made with beef, radish, tofu, and kelp stock. It is traditionally made and offered on the day of funeral procession."
Wikipedia.

Yeonpo-tang/yeonpo-guk?

"Yeonpo-tang or yeonpo-guk is a Korean soup made with beef, radish, tofu, and kelp stock. It is traditionally made and offered on the day of funeral procession."
Wikipedia.

Yeonpo-tang/yeonpo-guk?
Delicious!
Uh, no..
Yes!
No thanks.

"Jokbal is a Korean dish consisting of pig's trotters cooked with soy sauce and spices. It is usually braised in a combination of soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and rice wine."
Wikipedia.

Jokbal?

"Jokbal is a Korean dish consisting of pig's trotters cooked with soy sauce and spices. It is usually braised in a combination of soy sauce, ginger, garlic, and rice wine."
Wikipedia.

Jokbal?
Not for me.
Yuck..
Maybe.
I think I'd have some just
without the *insert what you
don't want cooked with it*
Yes.

Naengmyeon or raengmyŏn is a Korean noodle dish of long and thin handmade noodles made from the flour and starch of various ingredients, including buckwheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes, arrowroot starch, and kudzu. Buckwheat predominates."
Wikipedia.

Naengmyeon or raengmyŏn is a Korean noodle dish of long and thin handmade noodles made from the flour and starch of various ingredients, including buckwheat, potatoes, sweet potatoes, arrowroot starch, and kudzu. Buckwheat predominates."
Wikipedia.
Unsure?
Yes I would.
I don't think so.
No.

"Maeun-tang or spicy fish stew is a hot spicy Korean cuisine fish soup boiled with gochujang, kochukaru, and various vegetables."
Wikipedia.

"Maeun-tang or spicy fish stew is a hot spicy Korean cuisine fish soup boiled with gochujang, kochukaru, and various vegetables." 
Wikipedia.
Yum!
Nooo.
.....
Yes.

"Jjigae is a Korean dish similar to a Western stew. There are many varieties; it is typically made with meat, seafood or vegetables in a broth seasoned with gochujang, doenjang, ganjang or saeujeot. Jjigae is usually served in a communal dish and boiling hot."

"Jjigae is a Korean dish similar to a Western stew. There are many varieties; it is typically made with meat, seafood or vegetables in a broth seasoned with gochujang, doenjang, ganjang or saeujeot. Jjigae is usually served in a communal dish and boiling hot."
Nope.
......
Sounds and looks delicious!
Yes.
No..

"Sikhye (also spelled shikhye or shikeh; also occasionally termed dansul or gamju) is a traditional sweet Korean rice beverage, usually served as a dessert. In addition to its liquid ingredients, sikhye contains grains of cooked rice and in some cases pine nuts."

"Sikhye (also spelled shikhye or shikeh; also occasionally termed dansul or gamju) is a traditional sweet Korean rice beverage, usually served as a dessert. In addition to its liquid ingredients, sikhye contains grains of cooked rice and in some cases pine nuts."
Yes.
Maybe.
No.
.....

"Hotteok (호떡, pronounced 'ho-tok') is a variety of filled Korean pancake, and is a popular street food of Korea."

Would you eat this?

"Hotteok (호떡, pronounced 'ho-tok') is a variety of filled Korean pancake, and is a popular street food of Korea."

Would you eat this?
Yes, I would. I love pancakes...
Um, nope.
Yes.
Maybe.

"Buchimgae, or Korean pancake, refers broadly to any type of pan-fried ingredients soaked in egg or a batter mixed with other ingredients."
Wikipedia.

"Buchimgae, or Korean pancake, refers broadly to any type of pan-fried ingredients soaked in egg or a batter mixed with other ingredients." 
Wikipedia.
No way..
Yes! I LOVE PANCAKES!
Maybe.
*staring out a window*

"Mandu are dumplings in Korean cuisine. Mandu can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, or deep-fried. The styles also vary across regions in Korean Peninsula."
Wikipedia.

"Mandu are dumplings in Korean cuisine. Mandu can be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, or deep-fried. The styles also vary across regions in Korean Peninsula."
Wikipedia.
Yes.
I don't think so.
Nope.
Maybe.
Oh look, a butterfly! *😃*

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고맙습니다 (gomabseubnida) for taking this quiz! And everything else. oωο

(Doesn't effect. ^^)
Asian foods!
European food!
American food!
fOoD bOi.. ;-;