Thanks to most country laws, eating the ultimate hot dog is pretty much frowned upon. That being said you can still somewhat enjoy this delicacy in South Korea. However, they breed a dog that’s made for eating (not petting). The most popular of the dog dishes is Boshintang (보신탕; 補身湯) aka spicy stew. This dish is only enjoyed in the summer months (something to do with balancing human body heat).
Other than dog, Boshintang is chock full of other delicious ingredients including … green onion, perilla leaves, and dropwort, and spices such as Doenjang (된장), Gochujang (고추장), and perilla seed powder. Bon Appetit!