Interesting article on the Mao Dog (hot dog designed for honoring Mao ). The article also talks about Korean restaurants trying to come up with a Yuna equivalent. Maybe they can do a Yuna Kimchi dish, since it's such a trademark of Korean cuisine
Here's a photo (and description) of the Mao Roll from a restaurant in Vancouver: http://s999.photobucket.com/albums/a...t=DSC05440.jpg
For the Yu-Na dish, I would suggest a Yu-Na pajeon....not only would it be delicious, but they could stack them in threes to signify Yu-Na's 3-3s or something....
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I'll take a Mao dog with chili and sauerkraut! Sounds great! Mao roll looks yummy too.