"One hundred grams (3.5 ounces) of non-frozen top sirloin sold for 1,550 won ($1.70). The same part from a Korean cow is sold for 6,000 won. Each customer was limited to a purchase of 1 kilogram."
You can read the article from the JoongAng Daily here; for more reader commentary, head over to the Marmot's Hole. Is this the work of Flying Cows Consulting? Check out their website for more info on teaching English in Korea (minus the dung of course!).
Want more protesting action? These pictures were taken last month in Myeongdong, near City Hall. There was a huge anti-war demonstration, with people wearing masks of President Bush and holding fake guns.
They're saying...STOP THE WAR! Some say, it has cost $442 billion and counting:
Marching down the street with fake guns makes for a great protest:
I thought these George W. Bush masks were cute:
Of course, here's a small clip of the action:
Anyone here been protesting lately? Have you had any beef with anyone lately (hehe)?