Some South Koreans consider dogs as food items and include them in their diets.
While others rescue them from cruelty and ignorance and form a bond with them.
NBC News reports:
For 26 years, Jung Myoung Sook has saved hundreds of dogs from being cooked in South Korea, where they are considered a delicacy.
Dogs are kept in crowded cages and are then sometimes strung up and given a good beating by their humans to tenderize their meat before slaughter, while the pooches innocently look death and their supposed masters in the face till the last moment. They next appear on some Korean dinner plate as food delicacies. Puke, vomit and shite is the prize for a good dog meal, digested or otherwise.
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