SOUTH KOREA: World Cup visitors will be offered dog meat samples
Choi Han-Gwon, leader of a South Korean association of dog meat restaurants, said visitors to Seoul's Sangam Stadium would be offered samples of dog meat juice in a bid to allay foreign prejudice against the delicacy. "We plan to develop canned dog meat tonic juice, which football fans can enjoy in their stadium seats while watching games," said Han-Gwon. He denied, however, local reports that the association he heads up would offer dog meat burgers or sandwiches to visiting football fans.
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