GOT7 Jackson Wang Proves He Has A Stomach Of Steel By Eating These Delicacies
It’s no secret that Jackson Wang has a…unique palate. Ever since sharing that he has chicken protein shake (a blend of chicken breast, fruit, and leafy greens) in the morning over a year ago, it’s clear that Jackson has a strong stomach to say the least. But it was truly put to the test in episode 31 of Wassup Man with Joon.
After trying a variety of mint-chocolate flavored foods with Chungha, Joon was tasked with trying other hit-or-miss foods, this time with Jackson.
Their menu for the day would make anyone weak in the knees— and not in a cute way. They first tried omasum and raw liver, which didn’t phase Jackson too much. These two dishes aren’t too uncommon in Asian households, and Jackson enjoyed them for the most part.
Next stop was skate, a type of ray fish that definitely took the episode to the next level. The two had skate in different ways, from seasoned and fermented to pan-fried. It was safe to say that neither were a big fan.
Next was chicken feet, much to the delight of Jackson. Chicken feet is also a common Chinese dish, and after some convincing, Joon was able to enjoy it as well. But their last stop might have been the worst.
Their last dish was sliced spoon worms, and the entire experience had the both of them unsettled. To see the dishes themselves, watch the video below! Warning: not recommended for those with weak stomachs.
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