Ha geese, elephant snail, spoon worms . are attractive dishes but have a strange shape, making customers shy. Most have a particularly delicious taste and are sold at an expensive price.
Known as the demon finger, the goose is a rare and sought after specialty in European countries. Species with strange shapes, tentacles sticking to hard surfaces like rocks, hulls, trunks . Many diners admit to being deceived by the ugly appearance of the dish. Specialties cost about 30-60 USD / kg, often appearing on the banquet of the upper class.
Goose is sold at an expensive price due to rare and difficult and dangerous exploitation process. Fishermen must climb down from the cliff about 100 m high with rope and chisel. The dish contains many trace elements, sweet and deliciously hard to resist. Diners once enjoyed a gourmet description of goose rather than lobster or king crab.
Seaweed worms live in the sea north of Japan, South Korea. Penis fish has an extremely unique and special shape as its name. They appeared about 300 million years ago and can live up to 25 years, eating bacteria, plankton in seawater. Koreans call this type of seafood Gaebul. The food is kept fresh until being cooked to keep it delicious.
This seafood is available year-round but reaches the best taste around October. Diners can eat it raw by washing, slicing, salting and sesame oil or sauteed it with vegetables. Many tourists said that the crispy taste is as good as the oysters or fresh oysters. The spoonworm is one of the top must-try dishes to Korea.
Snail elephant, also known as comedy, is a seafood dish that impresses diners thanks to its unique shape and attractive, nutritious flavor. The size of a common Asian snail is small, but in many other waters the animal can be 1 m long and weigh up to 4-5 kg. This type of seafood has a high value, more than 200 USD / kg.
Elephant trunks are scattered on sandy beaches with corals in warm waters. The meat is tough and delicious, with a variety of ways to cook such as grilling, porridge or raw with wasabi.
With a long, succulent taste in a dipping sauce, sea cucumber (sea leech) is a dish that conquers diners when coming to Korea. The ideal place to enjoy this product is Jeju tourist island. After soaking in salt for 30 minutes, sea cucumber is cleaned of internal organs, cut the meat into small pieces to eat and display on a plate. Live food stimulates the taste buds to create an engaging culinary experience.