Last summer I traveled to Seoul Korea and I did a photo story on the plain bizarre/delightful Korean product advertisements that are placed everywhere.
In a surreal, crazy combination of animation and childhood nightmares, its often hard to figure what is being sold or promoted on account of the strange creatures featured in the artwork. Is it a monster? The aftermath of some freak nuclear accident, perhaps? Or is it a friendly animated hero wanting to be our friend?
A lot of questions were left open in my limited western mind; what exactly was it that I was seeing?
For some reason the chicken mascot for this Korean restaurant seems to be missing an eye. Is that due to the farming practices or did it get into a street brawl with the mascot from a competing chicken restaurant? Is it some kind of subtle nod to a secret ingredient? Are we going to be eating that missing eye if we dine here? Is the chicken served with a waffle cone in some botched Korean attempt to emulate Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles? So many questions for so much delicious chicken…
I think the funnier and cuter the animated character is on a Seoul worker site, the more potential there must be for a horrific accident.
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