Joel gets up at 6am to visit the Noryangjin Fish Market in Seoul. Take a walk through the bustling stalls
where restaurants source their fresh food, and see a huge variety of seafood for sale. Take a look at the
food Joel samples, and find out if he has the guts to try a live octopus!
Korea Tourism Organization:
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  • Oh my Oh my gosh, you ate a live octopus!!! My stomach was nausea while I watched this vlog to eating the octopus. I never understand why some people like to eat the seafood. I did not like most of these seafood.

    Thanks for sharing this vlog with us ! 😀

  • I am still freaking out by the fact you ate live octopus !!!….and all I was doing sitting behind my computer watching the wonderful videos you send all over the world. Thanks for sharing that gross experience but mostly thanks for sharing your wonderful experiences…

  • The culture of our country is the delight I saw an octopus. South Korea is a scuba diving instructor, I is deaf have a lot of trouble.

  • Wow!! I am proud of you. How’s brave you are. It’s looks like Fear and Factor show. I can’t image how wet on the floor from all fish. Smelly on under shoes?? It looks a lot of fun experience. Maybe I would try to be dare eat this.

  • Joel, after u consumed this live octopus.. how did u feel when it settle down in ur stomach? any nausea? I cant believe u actually did this. ha! ugh!

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