I roasted Korean beef for my dog… “Dogs are also family” vs “The line has been crossed”

A female YouTuber with 770,000 subscribers faced public criticism after filming a video of her feeding Korean beef to her dog. This is why it is inappropriate to release a video of animals being fed expensive food that even humans cannot easily access. The YouTuber posted an apology, and some netizens defended the YouTuber, saying, “Dogs are family too.”

On the 30th of last month, YouTuber ‘Haala’ uploaded a video of preparing Korean beef, asparagus, mushrooms, broccoli, etc. and feeding it to his dog ‘Anko’. The video is about 11 minutes long, and Haala continued filming happily while feeding food to her dog. Ha Allah is a famous airline flight attendant-turned-influencer who became famous through content featuring her family

However, after the video was uploaded, a comment was posted urging Haala to refrain. They said, “It is outrageous that a dog eats expensive Korean beef meat.” “There are so many underprivileged people in the world, such as underfed children and the elderly living alone, but the line has been crossed.” “The entire country is currently suffering economically and it makes me feel ashamed.” “There are also people who cannot even eat. Criticism poured in, including, “There is.” They argue that although it is okay to give food to dogs, it is excessive to share videos that may cause discomfort in a space where 토토사이트an unspecified number of people are watching.

In response to the increasing number of malicious comments, Haala eventually posted an apology the next day.

Haala first said, “Anko (pet dog) is family to me, but I know that for those who do not raise dogs, they are just dogs. “I’m sorry for not understanding that part in detail,” he apologized.

He said, “I thought a lot after hearing the opinions of several people in this video. To be honest, at first, I thought, ‘Is it wrong to say that I feed Korean beef to my dog?’ This was the first time I had this thought. “So, I felt a lot of resentment in my young mind,” he said. “On the other hand, when I thought about it, I thought that each person would have their own circumstances, and so their stance on accepting the video would be different.”

He continued, “Our subscribers also like our Anko a lot, so we wanted to share something cute together. So, I bought 20,000 won worth of sirloin from a butcher shop, one of which I fed to Anko and the family ate one,” he explained.

Finally, he concluded his post by saying, “Next time, I will try to make a video that more people can relate to.”

Immediately after Haala’s apology was posted, the comment section of the video was flooded with protesting comments against netizens who raised criticism. They poured out comments cheering for Haala and ridiculing those who held critical opinions, and as of 6 p.m. on the 1st, close to 4,000 comments were posted.

Most of these people, who are presumed to be owners of dogs or cats, said, “There is nothing to say about being jealous of a dog.” “What kind of life do people who feel uncomfortable because their dog ate Korean beef lead?” “If you don’t like it, don’t watch it.” “Anko.” There were reactions such as “Take him to the omakase”, “I will feed my dog ​​beef today”, “If you don’t have money, work during the time you post comments.”


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