American Kids Try Breakfasts From Around the World For The First Time

If you're a kid in America and you're having a typical midweek breakfast, chances are you're eating a bowl of sugary cereal. Which means you're probably going to find the experience of breakfasting on the national dish of Korea—pickled cabbage and chilli—somewhat weird.

Inspired by a New York Times article about what kids from different countries eat for their first meal of the day.

YouTube channel Cut Video decided to give American kids breakfast cuisine from across the globe and film their reactions.

Their adorable receptions to food from Finland to Vietnam are mixed, from intrigue to outright disgust to sometimes finding them OK. Either way it doesn't look like they'll be giving up their Lucky Charms any time soon.

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