Kim Jong-un labels DOG MEAT a ‘superfood’ in a bid to encourage starving North Koreans to eat it… and advises them to beat the animals to death to improve the taste

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  • North Korea is urging people to eat more dog meat, known as ‘dangogi’
  • The country, ruled by tyrant Kim Jong-un, says it is a ‘stamina food’
  • It claims that dog meat contains more vitamins than chicken and beef 

North Korea is encouraging its starving population to eat more dog meat by suggesting it contains more vitamins than chicken, beef, pork and duck.

The country, which is ruled by tyrant Kim Jong-un, is still promoting the dish as a traditional ‘stamina food’.

DPRK Today, a North Korean YouTube propaganda channel, announced that the meat has more vitamins than other animals.

It also suggested that dog meat is good for the stomach and intestines, The Korea Times reports.

North Korea, which is ruled by tyrant Kim Jong-un (pictured), is promoting dog food as a traditional ‘stamina food’

Meanwhile, the channel also claimed that in order to increase the taste, the canine must be beaten to death and its fur should be removed before being scorched.

However, in neighbouring South Korea, many animal activists have protested about this practice of butchery.

It comes after a number of media outlets in North Korea have recently published stories about the health benefits of consuming dog meat.

The Korean Central Television (KCTV) featured a story which claimed a reopened dog meat restaurant in Pyongyang is ‘being successful in making dog meat more unique.’

Photographer Mark Lloyd Features   7.2.02 Pictures of dog meat for sale at Daegun Market Place.Korea. The meat could be baked and then eaten.Or Cooked in a preassure cooker and pressed into "Gesoju"(dog tonic) The korean tradition of eating dogs is believed to ward of ill health and give men fertility.

Pictures of dog meat for sale at Daegun Market Place.Korea.
The meat could be baked and then eaten.Or Cooked in a preassure cooker and pressed into “Gesoju”(dog tonic) The korean tradition of eating dogs is believed to ward of ill health and give men fertility.

Dog meat, known as ‘dangogi’ in Korean, is being described as containing more vitamins than chicken in a bid to get more people to eat it

And radio station Tongil Voice described dog stew as the ‘finest medicine’ when describing ‘dangogi’, which translates to dog meat in Korean.

They reported: ‘There’s an old saying that even a slice of dangogi can be good medicine during the dog days.’

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