Korean Snack that Made MLB Dodgers Yamamoto Shout “Please Give me Water”

The Los Angeles Dodgers, who will play the opening two-game series of the Major League Baseball (MLB) Seoul Series regular season against the San Diego Padres at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on the 20th and 21st, previewed the taste of Korea through ‘Korean snacks.’

On the 12th (Korean time), the Dodgers posted a video of four pitchers tasting seven types of Korean snacks through the club’s official ‘X’ (X, old Twitter) account on social networking service (SNS).

This time, pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, bullpen leader Brusdar Graterol, and Bobby Miller and Michael Grove, known as the future of the Dodgers mound, each wearing a Dodgers uniform, tasted the snacks and shared their thoughts. 온라인카지노사이트

For two days, I said ‘Hello’ clearly in Korean and started tasting.

The Dodgers players who were the first to taste the tteokbokki-flavored snacks initially ate it, saying it was sweet, but as time went by, they grimaced as if the spicy taste irritated their tongues.

Yamamoto, who was eating with a leisurely expression, urgently looked for water.

After taking a break from the banana snacks they tasted next, they shook their heads at the appearance of the spicy shrimp snacks.

Perhaps because he didn’t want to appear weak, Miller went out of his way to explain, “I just don’t like seafood (not because of the spicy taste).”

Dodgers players praised the sweet snacks as being delicious, but generally expressed that they found the spicy snacks difficult to eat.

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