'END THIS CRUELTY': DOZENS RALLY IN SEOUL TO BAN DOG MEAT TRADE

WHILE DOG MEAT RESTAURANTS ARE A DWINDLING BUSINESS IN SOUTH KOREA, IT IS NEITHER LEGAL NOR EXPLICITLY BANNED.

DOG MEAT IS NEITHER LEGAL NOR EXPLICITLY BANNED IN SOUTH KOREA.

Dozens of people opposed to dog meat consumption, including American actress Kim Basinger, rallied near the National Assembly in Seoul on one of three "dog meat days" in South Korea.
Pets are growing in popularity, and a survey last year indicated that about 80 percent of South Koreans had not eaten dog meat in the previous year.

Dozens of people opposed to dog meat consumption, including American actress Kim Basinger, rallied near the National Assembly in Seoul on one of three "dog meat days" in South Korea. The organisers, Coexistence of Animal...

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