When you travel, there are many experiences you have that you might not have expected to experience before traveling.
Eating strange and mysterious food is one of them.
Traveling to Busan (the second-largest city in Korea after Seoul) last month, I experienced some of the most unusual and dare-I-say disgusting seafood I have ever tasted. Bundagee (Silk worm larvae), mongae (maybe a sea squirt), some sort of Korean sea worms, and the topper: Live Octopus.
Yes, live. Alive. Octopus. Live. I know.
See it for yourself here, in this new episode of The Peter Bond Travels: Food Attack!
My defense for eating a very smart creature alive and in pieces is that Steve and I didn't order it. My Korean friends did. It is a delicacy here. And as they say, do as the Romans (or Koreans) do.
Even though I liked the taste, I won't be ordering it again. My conscience won't allow it. But if you're so bold, give it a try...
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