Slideshow: Traveling, Eating, and Drinking Around Korea

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Too bad this didn’t make it into the final edit. This is a Ddong Dwaeji, a poo pig. See that little hole in the back? Well, a person does their business above, and it falls into that hole. And the piggy gets a treat. Even though you see restaurants boasting of Ddong Dwaeji, you can’t find this delicacy in Korea anymore unless you know a farmer who still does the practice.

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