Are you talking about the historical Mogols? The dried horse meat fillet carried under the saddle? Or is there a modern practice?uygurlar said:It is interesting because Mongolian people sometimes eat their horse meat raw too.
Can you tell me what it is called in Japanese?Did Japanese people learn this tradition from Koreans?
Modern Koreans do not eat horse meat, raw or cooked. But since there is an expression, "to eat a whole horse and complain about its stench" to derride at a whiner, Koreans must have eaten horses in the past. But since I know so little about this interesting custom, I do not know if the horse meat was raw.Koreans don't eat raw horse meat, but they eat a beef steak tartare kind of dish.