Twice Try Eating The Smelliest Food In South Korea

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TWICE try eating the smelliest food in South Korea
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TWICE try eating the smelliest food in South Korea

TWICE tried fermented skates on 'Baek Jong Won's Top 3 Chefs'.

The food of the day on the May 19 episode was fermented or rotten skates, which is known to be the smelliest food in South Korea. 

The members of TWICE took turns taking a bite of the fish. Jungyeon smiled after a bite and said, "It's good" while Nayeon started to gag. Momo seemed to be enjoying the fish as she put a thumbs up but soon expressed shock at the bizarre taste. 

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TWICE Members Showed Different Reactions After Tasting The Smelliest Food In South Korea
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TWICE Members Showed Different Reactions After Tasting The Smelliest Food In South Korea

TWICE members just made their appearance on "Baek Jong Won's Top 3 Chefs" and they tried the smelliest food in South Korea. They showed different expressions after tasting the food, but mostly they were shocked by the smell and the taste.

TWICE members were asked to take a bite of the fermented fish and Jungyeon was the first member to try it. After tasting it, Jungyeon said that it was good, but a different reaction showed by Momo as she was shocked by the bizarre taste of the fermented food,AllKpopreported.

The Queen of England Once Spent Her Birthday in Korea Eating Korean Food
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The Queen of England Once Spent Her Birthday in Korea Eating Korean Food

The Queen of England once celebrated her birthday in South Korea by eating delicious Korean food.

In 1999, Queen Elizabeth II visited South Korea as part of a royal tour and celebrated her 73rd birthday there. Her Majesty took a trip to the ancient village of Hahoe in North Gyeongsang, where she experienced some of the areas most important cultural traditions.

Queen Elizabeth II watched as Koreas most famous dish, kimchi, was prepared in front of her. She then watched a performance of the villages unique dance, which had received the title of Important Intangible Cultural Property for its cultural and historic significance to the area.

Eating Alone In South Korea Is The Newest Trend
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Eating Alone In South Korea Is The Newest Trend

In South Korea, its more common to eat as groups of two or more than it is to eat alone, but a new trend is on the rise called HONBAP.

Honbap is a combination of the Korean words for alone and meal and, as the word suggests, the trend involves the practice of eating alone. In Korean culture, it is seen as odd to eat alone and it is far more common to eat in groups or pairs. This new trend is, therefore, breaking with tradition and fits well with the fast-paced lifestyle of the young generation.

Donald Trump Threatens South Korea With $1 Billion Dollar Payment for THAAD
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Donald Trump Threatens South Korea With $1 Billion Dollar Payment for THAAD

President Donald Trump has asked for South Korea to pay for the entire THAAD bill and also kill the free trade agreement between South Korea and the U.S.

U.S. President Trump has just threatened South Korea by saying he may kill the free trade agreement between both countries.

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He went on to demand South Korea to pay for the $1 billion USD missile defense system, called THAAD.

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