No more junk food for Korean kids?

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3 Responses

  1. superwool says:

    no kidding. wow. but noodles and korean fried chicken is just too good to be included!

  2. Eden says:

    This is nice! I think, the more you provide healthy foods, the more these kids will get to like them. I don’t know with other people but this is what I’ve experienced back in my school days. Our cafeteria in school will only serve meals that are like home cooked and healthy “merienda” per directors policy. If you want “junk foods,” you have to go outside the school. But, students are not allowed to go out during break time back then so we have no choice but to bring lunch or eat in the cafeteria.

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  3. reijene says:


    seriously? they’re doing that? but what defines junk food here in korea? pizza and burgers? The sweet cinammon pancakes sold in every corner? Or cookies and chips with sodas?

    SO what are these kids going to eat during their breaks? rice and kimchi? they’re delusional.

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